The Colombian James Rodriguez acquired on Monday the Spanish nationalization after swearing flag in the Civil Registry, and stops occupying a place of extra-community at Bayern Munich, becoming an option for Real Madrid, with which he has a contract until June 30, 2021. James is already Hispanic-Colombian, as sources close to the player confirmed to Efe after the swearing of the flag revealed by El Confidencial. He did it early Monday in the capital of Spain and no longer occupies a place of extra-community, an aspect that Zinedine Zidane must assess to decide if he returns to Real Madrid next season. In the case that Bayern Munich wants to continue counting on James, that although he has been player of the month of March of his team has not finished in Germany, would have to pay Real Madrid the amount of 42 million euros. The Colombian midfielder made the leap to European football in 2010, when he joined the ranks of Porto, and in 2013 he signed for Monaco where he caught the attention of Real Madrid who hired him in the summer of 2014 for 80 million euros. Waiting to define his future and with the desire to continue playing in Europe, James took the step of becoming a national community.