Jesé Rodríguez is set to join Paris Saint-Germain on a permanent deal, according to reports from France. While Real Madrid want to include a buyback clause on the transfer, PSG are not keen on that and understandably so, given that they buy the player because of his potential and not because of who he is right now.
This is the only point why both clubs have not reached an agreement just yet. Jesé wants to be a relevant player, Madrid think Unai Emery's PSG is a good destination for him but the French club do not want to see Madrid buying Jesé back if he reaches his potential in one or two years.
Zinedine Zidane kept the player out of Madrid's team during the last friendly against Chelsea just to be safe, so he will presumably do the same when Los Blancos face Bayern this Wednesday.
A potential fee for Jesé has not been reported yet.
#PSG #RealMadrid sont proches de trouver un accord pour le transfert de Jese. Le Real essaye d'imposer une clause de rachat. PSG pas chaud— Mohamed Bouhafsi (@mohamedbouhafsi) August 1, 2016