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le Ven 4 Juil - 1:52
James Rodriguez arrived in Brazil as an emerging talent – now he is threatening to end the dreams of a nation.

Colombia playmaker Rodriguez, who turns 23 on the eve of the World Cup final, has taken the tournament by storm.

His five goals and two assists have seen him hailed as an all-time great in the making and is the man who Brazil will fear most in their quarter- final showdown in Fortaleza on Friday.

It has also made him one of the most sought-after talents in football - four years after Manchester United turned down the chance to sign him for as little as £5million and instead paid £7m for notorious flop Bebe.

Now Rodriguez - who moved from Portuguese side Porto to Monaco last summer for £38.5m - could become one of the most expensive players in the world, with Real Madrid and Italy's Napoli hovering.

But it comes as no surprise to Colombia coach Jose Pekerman, who was always convinced that he would be the biggest star of the tournament.

Pekerman said: “I never had any doubts that this was going to be his World Cup.

“In my long experience in football, I’ve had extraordinary footballers in my teams, elite players of a very high technical level.

“What is most surprising is that, at his young age, he does not have any problem doing things football players take many years to understand.”

While Rodriguez - whose name James was chosen because of his parents’ love of Bond films - had already made himself a star, his double in the last-16 win over Uruguay confirming his status on the world scene.

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