Everton midfielder James Rodriguez has reportedly resolved his issues with Colombia boss Reinaldo Rueda after their summer fall-out.

Rodriguez has been absent from the Colombian national side over the last few months after a public war of words between him and the nation.

He was called up to the Copa America squad for this summer but was soon sent home after arriving, with La Tricolor’s medical team deeming him unfit.

That is something the Everton midfielder was not impressed with, publicly insisting that he had no fitness issues and was ready to compete across the summer.

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That sparked a war of words between him and his nation’s media, with it believed there had also been a falling out behind the scenes with Rueda.

It seems that has now been resolved, though, as the Everton man looks to make his return and feature in the World Cup next year.

“There have been talks, and all the differences between Reinaldo Rueda and James Rodriguez have been settled,” journalist Diego Rueda told Caracol Radio, relayed by Marca.

“Everything is now clear; that’s why James made that statement when he spoke last time on Twitch.

“Among other words, and maybe he is changing something, the coach Reinaldo Rueda told him, ‘calm James, you are fine, and you will be called up, nothing has happened’.”