Real Madrid's Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez (C) celebrates after scoring their team's third goal during the Spanish league football match SD Eibar vs Real Madrid CF at the Ipurua stadium in Eibar on March 4, 2017. / AFP / ANDER GILLENEA
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James Rodriguez has struggled to find a place in Real Madrid under Zinedine Zidane, but he has not given up hope of forcing his way in.Despite his struggles, Rodriguez is convinced he can triumph in the Spanish capital. He signed for Real Madrid for 80 million euros in the summer of 2014, and the Madrid daily AS says he wants to extend his contract, which expires in 2020 .The club's FIFA transfer ban ends in the summer, so Rodriguez will be out to prove his worth to Zidane as the campaign winds down.Rodriguez has three goals and three assists in his last seven matches, three of which he has appeared in as a substitute.
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