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César Vallejo University Turns to Jesé Rodríguez After Failed Paolo Guerrero Deal

There is an unwritten law in the football transfer market that says: “nothing is closed until the footballer’s signature is there.” Everything indicates that this was what happened in the negotiation between the César Vallejo University and Paolo Guerrero, a deal that was about to be closed but that due to time issues stalled in the last hours. The ‘Poets’ will no longer wait for the ‘Predator’s’ response – they had a deadline until yesterday night – and, as Depor learned, they have already started conversations with Jesé Rodríguez, a footballer playing in the minor divisions of Real Madrid.

This newspaper had access to the information that the Trujillo club will no longer insist on the signing of the captain of the Peruvian National Team, so since last night they began to make contact with Jesé, who, like Paolo, is a free agent. The last team that the 30-year-old forward defended was Coritiba in Brazil, where he arrived last year for a short six-month contract, but after not consolidating they decided not to renew him.

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César Vallejo had everything ready to present Paolo Guerrero tomorrow in the match against Melgar and officiate the press conference next week, however, the times to have a positive response were met and they took the step of going another way, with the purpose of not leaving Roberto Mosquera’s squad without the offensive signing they so desperately need. Thus, the one born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria gained strength during the last hours and the internal ‘poet’ hopes to close everything as soon as possible.

Regarding his football career, Jesé arrived at Real Madrid when he was 14 years old and his rapid rise thanks to his talent led him to be promoted to Real Madrid Castilla in 2011, where he coincided with Cristian Benavente – who this year also signed for César Vallejo–. Unlike ‘Chaval’, who was a free agent in mid-2015 without being able to debut in the first team, ‘Bichito’ continued his rise until he was considered one of the greatest promises of Spanish football.

Jesé’s great moments with the ‘merengues’ were very few, but enough for the fans to get excited. Many even talked about him being able to win the Ballon d’Or in a few years. However, a tear of the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in March 2014 cut short his career and from then on he was never the same. No matter how much he looked for opportunities in other clubs, he never finished consolidating everything that he hinted at when he appeared in the elite of European football.

After leaving Real Madrid in August 2016, he signed for Paris Saint Germain in order to make up for lost time and leave his serious injury behind. However, his excesses off the playing field led him to have countless assignments away from the French capital, ending up at clubs such as Las Palmas, Stoke City, Real Betis and Sporting Lisbon, without achieving good numbers on an individual level and ceasing to play. from the covers of sports newspapers to entertainment newspapers.

Jesé’s last three teams were Ankaragücü in Turkey, Sampdoria and Coritiba, where he passed without any pain or glory. Now that he was free, César Vallejo saw an opportunity to break the transfer market with a player with a long history in European football, but if he reaches League 1 I bet you, he will have to get used to another idiosyncrasy and, of course, prove to Roberto Mosquera who can be a starter on his team. We’ll see what happens in the next few hours.

Jesé Rodríguez went on to win two Champions Leagues with Real Madrid. (Photo: Getty Images)

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What’s coming up for César Vallejo?

After his last 2-1 defeat at the hands of Alianza Lima, César Vallejo will play again this weekend when he hosts Melgar for the second day of the 2024 Apertura Tournament of League 1 Te Apuesta. This match is scheduled for this Friday, February 2 from 8:00 pm, it will be played at the Mansiche Stadium and will be broadcast throughout Peru on the exclusive signal of L1 MAX (formerly Liga 1 MAX), available on the channel grid. from DIRECTV, Claro TV, Best Cable and Zapping, as well as in its streaming version via Liga 1 Play

Subsequently, the ‘Poets’ must travel to 2,654 meters above sea level in the city of Cajabamba to face UTC, in the duel valid for date 3. This match is scheduled for Friday, February 9 from 3:00 pm, it will have will take place at the Germán Contreras Jara Stadium and will also be broadcast on L1 MAX. The last time both teams met was on matchday 18 of the 2023 Clausura Tournament, with a 1-1 scoreline: Juan Cruz Randazzo put ‘Gavilán del Norte’ ahead, while Franchesco Flores declared the final tie.

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