Madrid: Real Madrid's Colombian forward James Rodriguez is looking for a house in Turin, real estate company Proto Group Ltd said on Thursday, amid speculation regarding his future club football career.
The company released a statement saying that the player's lawyers will be in Turin to clarify the amount of rent paid for a villa in the Italian city that is home to Italian football champions Juventus, reports Efe.
For several weeks, the company has been commissioned by the 25-year-old to find a suitable home in Turin with the deal to be closed later on Thursday.
James joined Real Madrid in the 2014/15 season and has since won a UEFA Champions League, Club World Cup and two UEFA Super Cups.
He has struggled for playing time under Zinedine Zidane and only played the final minutes of Real Madrid's 3-0 win over Real Sociedad on Sunday.
In recent days, both Arsenal and Chelsea have been linked with the former Monaco star.
It's been widely reported that Turin-based Juventus are on the lookout for new midfielders having sold Paul Pogba to Manchester United in a world record transfer fee.
Previously, new Juventus signings Dani Alves and Gonzalo Higuain also used Proto Group Ltd to find homes in Turin.