JAMES RODRIGUEZ is set to join his TENTH club after having another contract ripped up.
The ex-Real Madrid and Everton star is moving on a free transfer to Sao Paulo, one of Brazil's most successful teams.
Sao Paulo will be the Colombian international's tenth club in his professional career.
He spent only seven months in his most recent stint with Olympiakos.
The 31-year-old’s contract was cut short at the Greek club after making only 23 appearances and scoring five goals.
It has been confirmed by transfer guru Fabrizio Romano that Rodriguez is on his way to South America today to formalise the deal.
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Rodriguez began his senior career at only 14-years-old for Colombian second division side Envigado.
He then made his way to Europe after signing for Portuguese giants Porto back in 2010.
The striker made a breakthrough at the two-time Champions League winners making 63 appearances, scoring 25 goals and winning eight trophies along the way.
In 2013 he moved to Monaco alongside team-mate and ex-Wolves star Joao Moutinho in a combined £60m deal.
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Real Madrid was Rodriguez's next stop when he joined Los Blancos in 2014 for £63m.
But he failed to set the world alight in his time in LaLiga and was shipped out on loan to Bayern Munich.
Since 2020 Rodriguez has toured the world, playing for Everton, then Qatar’s Al-Raayan and Olympiacos.
He now jets away again but a step closer to his home country of Colombia.
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