Jese Rodriguez will either stay at PSG or move to Las Palmas on loan

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It has been a miserable six months for Jese following his Real Madrid departure, with his Paris Saint-Germain career having never gotten off the ground yet he could be about to return home as Las Palmas eye a January loan deal for the forward.The French giants appear to have undergone a change of heart which has brought Los Amarillos back into contention for the 23-year-old’s signature.It was thought that only a permanent sale would be considered by PSG however director of football Patrick Kluivert has communicated to all clubs that enquired after Jese that he was now available for loan.Premier League teams held an interest in him during the summer however it is unlikely an English club will challenge Las Palmas although the deal has a caveat, the Spanish side would have to take on his salary. PSG owner Nasser Al-Khelaifi has left the Spaniard in no doubt of his position after publically admitting that the club made a mistake signing the player in an interview with Le Parisien.”When you make a mistake, it is better to try and correct it than to just live with it so if we have made mistakes then we will attempt to correct them,” he explained.What is most surprising about Jese’s inability to establish himself in the French capital is just how strongly his coach Unai Emery fought for his signing during the summer.The former Sevilla coach has endured a mixed bag of results in his first few months in the job and as such has lost faith in the former Real Madrid forward.Julian Draxler is about to join the Parisian club from Wolfsburg in the hope his talents will spark their season into life and his arrival signifies there is no place for the Spaniard anymore.Jese is determined not to waste time and is as eager to separate from the French club as they are to move him on and this could play to Las Palmas’ advantage.The Gran Canaria club simply cannot afford to take on his 250,000 euros per month salary in full and as a result there are two possible outcomes.One is that PSG agree to pay a percentage of his salary whilst on loan although there is little willingness to do that at present, the second is Jese agrees to forfeit a percentage of his wage in order to return to Spain.Such is Jese’s desire to return home this second option is seen as the most likely at the moment despite the presence of both Roma and AC Milan who are willing to pay his salary in full.

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