Real Madrid will loan out young striker Jese Rodriguez next season in a bid to get him back to full fitness, according to Fichajes. net.
The 21-year-old is one of the most exciting up-and-coming talents at the Bernabeu, having made something of a breakthrough in the first-team this season with five goals and four assists in 18 appearances, of which only four have been starts.
This has seen Jese attract interest from clubs all around Europe, and he may now be made available next season following a recent injury, which will keep him out for the remainder of this campaign.
The Spaniard has struggled as it is to break into the starting lineup on a regular basis this season, and Real now seem ready to let him play his football elsewhere for a season to ensure he can enjoy regular playing time to improve his fitness and form. Sevilla were recently linked as the favourites to land the player, and there will no doubt be plenty of suitors for Jese over the next few months. It has also been suggested that clubs such as Arsenal, Manchester United and Juventus could miss out on another Real Madrid starlet in Alvaro Morata as a result, as Carlo Ancelotti will want to keep the striker at the club due to a shortage of backup.