Real Madrid are willing to sell James Rodriguez this summer should a bid come in for around £50 Million, the IBTimes reports.
The Colombian arrived in Spain for a fee in the region of €80 Million from Monaco two seasons ago, but has lost his place in the side this year.
Zinedine Zidane has moved to promote Lucas Vazquez into the first-team, with James and Isco sharing a limited role in the side, which proved fruitful as his side went onto win the Champions League last month.
The Colombian forward is now allowed to leave the club, but they will not be selling on the cheap, despite his current squad status.
Rodriguez is currently in the USA participating in the Copa America tournament, where his side will play-out the third placed play-off with the hosts on Saturday, having lost 2-0 in the semi-final to holders Chile.
He could return to Europe after the tournament with the possibility of joining the Red Devils, should Mourinho sign off on a £50 Million move for the creative midfield star.