The Rayo Vallecano manager says the club will speak to Real Madrid in the hope that they will forget about the clause of fear in Raul De Tomas' loan deal.
Paco Jemez says he will speak to Real Madrid and ask if they will let Raul de Tomas play despite a clause in his loan deal stating he can not play against his parent club. He is suspended for the game against Sevilla in midweek after picking up his fifth yellow against Huesca on Saturday but Real Madrid travel to Vallecas next weekend in a potentially season-defining game for Rayo.
"We will talk to Real Madrid and see if we can forget the clause and if not then we will have to cover his loss with Guerra and Di Santo," he said after Rayo drew with Huesca on Saturday night which sends them one step closer to relegation. They are currently five points off safety.
Real Madrid beat Rayo 1-0 at the Santiago Bernabéu in a closely contested game earlier in the season. Raul de Tomas was not available for that tie but Jemez will do what he can to make sure his top scorer is available for the game in Vallecas.
De Tomas has 14 goals in LaLiga this season and is se to return to Real Madrid in the summer. He says he is willing to return but wants to sit down and chat to Zinedine Zidane before the season to see what decision to make about his future.