James Rodriguez will not leave Real Madrid in the January transfer window, according to his agent Jorge Mendes.
James, 25, joined Madrid from Monaco on a six-year contract following the 2014 World Cup, but the Colombia international has failed to hold down a regular place in the team under a succession of managers.
AS report that Manchester United, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Bayern Munich would be interested if the forward became available, but Mendes has played down the chances of him departing the Bernabeu midseason.
“James will not be leaving Madrid in January,” he told AS.
James had previously hinted he could be willing to consider a move.
“I’m happy here, but I want to play more,” he said. “I want to stay at Madrid forever, but you have to think about everything and look at your options. I have offers and I’ve got seven days to think about it.”