The French press keep an eye on PSG’s loans around Europe, with one of the major reasons being the club want to sell the players.
That’s at least the case for Grzegorz Krychowiak and Jese, with PSG wanting to move both on permanently next summer after not being able to do so in the last window.
RMC, looking at PSG’s loans, say Krychowiak joined West Brom to find the ‘smell of grass’ again and get some minutes on the pitch, but they believe he’s walked into a ‘disastrous’ season for the Baggies, so can only ‘do what he can’.
Over at Stoke City, Jese’s loan is going just about as well as everyone, aside from Stoke City, seemed to believe it would. RMC say the player has been a ‘flop’ and now finds himself competing with Peter Crouch on the club’s bench.
The problem for PSG is that with neither managing to really impress, it’s hardly going to bring a list of buyers for the summer. There’s a chance West Brom could sign Krychowiak permanently, depending how he does under a new manager, and Mark Hughes may try to convince Stoke to keep Jese, if the player wants to stay, but things could be going an awful lot better.