Paris - Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has confirmed Jese
Rodriguez could join Paris Saint-Germain before the end of the transfer window
but said the forward may return to Spain next summer.
"It's not a done deal, but it's well on the way. When
we return to Madrid we'll know more about it," Zidane said at a news
conference in New Jersey on Tuesday, on the eve of Real's final US pre-season
friendly against Bayern Munich.
"They're a major club and I hope that if all goes well,
he returns to Real Madrid, which is home for him. It may perhaps be for a year,
after which he'll return home.
"I think that it's an ideal club for him because
they're a good team and he'll get lots of goals there," he added.
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However, French media have reported PSG could look to sign
the 23-year-old on a five-year deal in a transfer worth around 25 million
euros, contrary to Zidane's wishes.
Last week, PSG coach Unai Emery indicated a move for Jese
was "a possibility" as the French champions look to draft in support
for Edinson Cavani up front following the departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic to
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