Rodriguez agreed to a two-year loan when he joined Bayern from Los Blancos last year.
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Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes has indicated the club will keep James Rodriguez for another year and then look to sign the forward on a permanent deal from Real Madrid. But Heynckes, speaking ahead of Bayern's Champions League quarterfinal, first leg in Seville, ruled out the prospect of Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski heading in the opposite direction and moving to Real this summer.Rodriguez agreed to a two-year loan when he joined Bayern from Los Blancos last year and the Colombian has been in excellent form this season. A number of top clubs are reportedly interested in buying the 26-year-old, but Heynckes, who is set to retire at the end of the season, believes he will stay at Bayern.
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