The Colombian ace is not satisfied with the amount of time he's been playing, which caused him to complain about an exec's ways of treating him.

James Rodriguez's time at Bayern seems to be coming to an end, as the Colombian keeps getting in trouble with some of his superiors.

First, it was Niko Kovac who had a rift with the footballer. The lack of playing time for Rodriguez has caused him to complain repeatedly, but this time he seems to have taken another potentially risky approach on this matter.

According to a report by Marca and Don Balón, James had a heated argument with Bayern's Sporting Director Hasan Salihamidzic, who he allegedly refused to greet. The Colombian went on to tell Salihamidzic that he was a "phony", to what Salihamidzic replied "you're wrong."

This tensions raise some eyebrows since Bayern was set to exercise the player's buyout clause Real Madrid established almost 16 months ago, but James' attitude, it seems that Die Roten will not sign the footballer on a permanent deal.

Rodríguez has voiced his desire to return to Real Madrid, although that happened when Julen Lopetegui coached Los Blancos. Rodríguez still has some options up his sleeve, with Premier League sides such as Liverpool and Arsenal as potential suitors.