Jesé could return to the league, there is already someone who is interested

Valencia CF are once again targeting experienced striker Jesé Rodríguez, who recently left Coritiba in Brazil. Although the Che club has already shown interest in the Canarian in previous markets, this time the situation could be different due to his status as a free agent, which means that his inclusion would not represent an economic cost for the Valencian company.

Jesé Rodríguez, whose career included spells at clubs such as Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Stoke City, has been the subject of interest for Valencia in recent seasons but no agreement was ever reached over his signing. However, this new opportunity to sign the Madrid striker could be more viable, especially in a context where the club’s owner Peter Lim is unwilling to make large investments to strengthen the squad in the January market.

Jesé Rodríguez’s versatility on the field is one of the factors that make him an attractive target for Valencia. In addition to his abilities as a striker, the Canarian can play in various positions on the attacking front, including on the wings, which fits perfectly into the player profile that coach Rubén Baraja is looking for to strengthen his team.

Contract depending on your performance

One of the options that could be on the table would be to offer him a contract until the end of the season, with the possibility of extending it depending on his performance over the next six months. This contract structure would allow Valencia to assess Jesé’s adaptation to the team and his contribution on the pitch before making a long-term commitment.

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