The ninth team of the Canary attacker is already waiting for him, but the first on another continent outside of Europe. Still, the 30-year-old striker is motivated because it’s not the exotic league everyone imagines.
In his last appearance, forward Jesé Rodríguez featured in Serie A playing for Sampdoria, a team that ended up being relegated. As a result, the player could not be renewed due to his Serie B record being untenable, so he returned to a familiar location free agency. However, it didn’t last long because a few hours ago he just flew to his nearest club.
For the first time in his professional career, Jesé Rodríguez will play in Latin America and specifically in Brazil. Coritiba FC awaits you there, currently playing in Serie A (top category) or better known as Brasileirao. The signing is not official yet, but will be in a few days or less.
Brazil are waiting for Jesé Rodríguez and Coritiba announce him as a star signing
There is a photo of it in the official account of the Brazilian team real Madrid in the 2014-15 season where several players appear. There they are: Marcelo, Isco, Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos, Dani Carvajal, Keylor Navas and Jesé in the black shadow. The caption reads ‘Who is the player?’ referring to the Canary attacker.
Although the Brazilian championship is already 55% developed, the Coxa Branca team announce the former PSG as one of their new signings for 2023. Of course, the 30-year-old footballer will have the demanding task of preventing his new club from being relegated to Brazil’s Serie B. And we say defiantly as they are currently bottom of the table.
13 years career, 9 teams, 2 continents, 6 leagues and endless adventures, that’s Jesé Rodríguez
Jesé is perhaps one of the few Spanish players to have played for more than 8 teams at the age of 30 and in his 13-year career. He was even repeatedly included in more than one of these lists. However, that also means he hasn’t had stability at the clubs he’s arriving at. But optimistically, the canary is like a cat, it always lands on its feet.
He started his journey in the lower ranks of Real Madrid in 2010, where he was promoted to the first team three years later. He signed for PSG around 2016 but returned to Spain six months later to join Las Palmas. In 2017 he would make his Premier League debut with Stoke City and join Betis a season later. In 2019 he came to Portugal to join Sporting Lisboa. When the pandemic ended, he returned to the Pío Pío ensemble. Last season he played for two teams, Ankaragücü from Turkey and Sampdoria from Italy. Now this year 2023-24 Coritiba awaits him.
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