According to AS and other Spanish sources, PSG have valued their out-of-sorts attacker, Jese Rodriguez, at €5million and it is expected that the La Liga outfit, Real Betis – where Jese spent a year on loan last season – will be first to approach the French Ligue 1 champions with an offer.

Along with Betis, English Championship side, Leeds United, are also said to be interested in securing the signing of the Spanish winger.

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Jese, who has spent the last 3 seasons on loan from PSG, first at Las Palmas, then Stoke City, and finally Real Betis, has not enjoyed much success recently, having mustered up a combined 43 league games in his time away from Paris, with 13 of the 43 being appearances from the bench.

Despite playing in 14 La Liga games and scoring just 2 goals for Real Betis last term, the Spanish-side remain favourites to sign the 26-year-old.

Jese Rodriguez’s most productive season was his final year in the Spanish capital with Real Madrid in the 2015/16 season, where he featured in 28 league games, scoring 5 and assisting 6.

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