Price per Head: Wenger believes that Rodriguez is too talented for Monaco

Arsene WengerArsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes that James Rodriguez, who became very famous with price per head services due to his exploits in Brazil, is too big of a player for Monaco after what he accomplished at the FIFA World Cup.

The 23-year-old made himself known in the world stage, clinching the golden boot and scoring six goals as Colombia made it to the quarter-finals for the first time in the country’s history and impressed pay per head services all over the world.

Now, price per head services learned that Rodriguez is tipped to join Real Madrid in a big-money deal due to his performances in the World Cup.

The forward only arrived at Monaco last season from Portuguese champions Benfica – financed by Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev – in a deal worth €45million.

But when he spoke to BeIN Sport, Wenger said that the player outgrew the Ligue 1 club, and many pay per head services agree.

“I believe that’s true,” said the Frenchman, who during his seven-year tenure as coach guided Monaco to the 1987-88 Ligue 1 title.

“Why? Because a player like that is difficult to keep at a club when you have Real Madrid and Barcelona looking around, and without a doubt there will be people who will be watching them play and thinking about buying him.”

And price per head services found out that even though Rodriguez became too big of a player for Monaco, the French manager believes that the Colombian will stay for at least another season in France with the club set to compete in the UEFA Champions League.

“Is this the year that he will move? Certainly not because he is with Monaco and they will play Champions League next season and they are a big club in France,” he said.

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“But certainly in the next season or two he will want to move somewhere else.”

Pay per head services can’t wait what the future has in store for Rodriguez, and they see a star on the rise.