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Bundesliga or Premier League likely destinations for Jesé

Real Madrid first team coach Zidane has been frank with the Canary Islander advising him to find a new team.

Jesé, pensativo ayer al acabar el entrenamiento en Montreal.
Jesé, pensativo ayer al acabar el entrenamiento en Montreal. Pepe Andrés

After Zidane's comment last week: “If I were a friend of family member of his I'd advise him to go and look for playing time", Jesé's agent Ginés Carvajal is busy looking for a club for the striker with Germany and England being targeted

Jesé is keen to remain in Spain with clubs such as Espanyol, Betis and Las Palmas expressing an interest in securing his services but his salary of 1,7 millón euro net is an inhibiting factor in any loan move nationally. Madrid are at the same time are renegotiating his contract terms (the current deal expiring on June 30, 2017) and upon it's conclusion will then loan the player and are prepared to explore a full sale with the "buy-back" option being included as a sub-clause (as was the case with Juventus and Morata).

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The arrival of Morata at the Bernabeu sees the Canary Islander move down a further place in the forward line pecking order and the player only appeared in a possible 26% of playing time available during the 2015/16 campaign.

Jesé is now faced with the harsh reality that after 8 years at the club since his arrival as a 15 year old from Gran Canaria, in order to maintain first team football, he is forced to find an alternative club. Another path open to the 23 year old is remain at the club despite no guarantee of playing and wait for his deal to expire and become a free agent 

Contacts in Germany 

Jesé's agent, Ginés Carvajal, is well connected with many Bundesliga clubs. He took Raúl to Schalke in 2010 and Dani Carvajal to Leverkusen in 2012 and a moved to the German league is the leading option currently facing the forward.