Since December, the rumours taking Paris Saint-Germain’s Jesé to Las Palmas have been circulating, yet no deal has been reached, and Middlesbrough have waded in to try and get something done.

Despite the La Liga side unable to meet the player’s wages, and hope in France that a move to England would be beneficial, the Spanish winger, who has already had trouble settling in Paris, isn’t convinced by the idea of a move across the Channel.

Well, it appears he is going to have to turn down someone else, as Le Parisien on Sunday reported a second English club declared their interest in the forward.

The French newspaper claim David Moyes’s Sunderland have highlighted the former Real Madrid winger as someone who could help them get off the bottom of the Premier League after a terrible run of form.

Considering Jesé already isn’t keen on joining a club who have a strong Spanish contingent, as well as Aitor Karanka as their manager, you’d expect his reply to a proposed move to Sunderland to be a ‘categorical’ no.

And that’s what Le Parisien hint at strongly in their article.

With financial issues standing in the way of a move to Las Palmas, and a move to the Premier League unlikely, a stay at Paris Saint-Germain until next summer seems to be the only available option for the player as things stand.