James Rodriguez suddenly broke up with Hwang In-beom.
Olympiacos made an official announcement on the 13th (Korean time) through the club’s SNS, saying, “We have decided to terminate the contract with Hames. Although he is leaving, Hames is a member of our club and family. We wish him success in the future.”
A talent nurtured by Porto, James drew attention from an early age for his outstanding abilities and good looks. When he stood out at Porto and the clubs were salivating, he went to AS Monaco. James, who also played a big role in Monaco, further raised his reputation by performing crazy at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Real Madrid approached. Real paid a transfer fee of 75 million euros (approximately 102.3 billion won) and gave him the number 10 uniform.
In the early days of Real Madrid, he played as a main axis. Then, his position gradually narrowed and he lost his place under manager Zinedine Zidane. He did the same after going on loan to Bayern Munich for two seasons. James declared going to the English Premier League (EPL) and went to Everton. He played well, but there were ups and downs, and the gift that brought him, Carlo Ancelotti, seemed to have left Realo at Everton.
He left Europe for Al Rayyan, Qatar. He did not stay long in Qatar. He returned to Europe ahead of this season by joining Greek Superliga side Olympiacos in Elada. James, considered an outdated player, rose again at Olympiacos. In 17 Greek league games, James scored 5 goals and provided 5 assists. Together with Hwang In-beom, he was in charge of developing the Olympiacos attack, showing his military side.
Hames was in good shape enough to rank first in the ratings. He, along with Hwang In-beom, was evaluated as the main player in Olympiacos’ rising trend in the second half. However, he had to leave the team abruptly. As Olympiacos is competing for the title and the team is in a situation where the team is somewhat shaken after the manager’s resignation, the departure of Ace Hames is expected to be painful. 메이저사이트
Reporter Fabricio Romano, a transfer market expert, said, “Hames has parted ways with Olympiacos. Now he will leave Greece and look for a new team as a free agent.”