PSG outcast Jese keen for Las Palmas stay

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A move to the French capital did not give the Spanish forward the career the boost he was looking for and he is now open to remaining in La Liga

Paris Saint-Germain outcast Jese Rodriguez has spoken of his desire to turn his loan deal at Las Palmas into a full transfer.

Spanish forward Jese made the switch to Ligue 1 giants PSG in August after falling out of favour at the Santiago Bernabeu.

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However, first-team opportunities remained at a premium at Parc des Princes with just one of Jese's nine league appearances coming as part of the starting line-up.

Jese was consequently shipped out on loan to Las Palmas in January and he has scored three goals in 15 La Liga outings.

PSG coach Unai Emery stated that a decision has not been taken on Jese's future last week, but the 24-year-old has his heart set on staying in Spain.

"I am a PSG player and I have to go back to see what indications they will give me," he told Territorio UD.

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"I do not know what will happen. Obviously I would like to continue playing with Las Palmas. It's 50-50. It half depends on me and half depends on PSG.

"I might think one thing, PSG another and Miguel Angel Ramirez [Las Palmas president] has another idea too."

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