Paris Saint-Germain made official on Sunday the termination of the contract of striker Jesé Rodríguez. Formed in the grassroots categories of Real Madrid, the Spaniard had a contract until June 2021, but he played only two games this season, totaling 22 minutes on the pitch.

“Paris Saint-Germain and Jesé reached an agreement to terminate the contract with the player, which would expire on June 30, 2021. May the club be Jesé the best for the rest of his professional career,” said the French club, in a note .

Jesé Rodríguez was hired by PSG in August 2016 for 25 million euros. In the first season at the club, he played 14 games and scored two goals. But after that, it was loaned four times, to Las Palmas, Stoke City, Betis, and Sporting de Lisboa.