Jesé seeks to settle permanently in Paris

The exits of Choupo-Moting and Cavani open the possibility that the former Real Madrid player is from Tuchel's rotation. Yesterday he went back to training.


In 2016, Jesé Rodríguez signed for PSG at a rate of € 25 million. The canary arrived in the French capital with the aim of recovering the level that he showed at Real Madrid before his serious knee injury and to try to be important in the Parisian team. Five years later, the youth squad of the Whites has not yet been able to settle in the elite and is looking for one last chance in Paris.

Jesé has before him a unique opportunity since he landed in France. The coronavirus crisis has caused the European runner-up to have had to do without many attacking players, including Cavani and Choupo-Moting, opening the doors for the Spanish to be a rotation player for Thomas Tuchel.

Since signing for PSG, Jesé Rodríguez has played 10 games spread over four years, scoring a goal and accumulating four transfers along the way (Stoke City, Real Betis, Sporting Portugal and Las Palmas). The player yesterday uploaded a photo to social networks in which he was happy to return to the discipline of the Ligue 1 champion, although Tuchel and Leonardo have the last word.

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