Rodriguez says time is right to start fresh

Rodriguez trusts the time had wanted him to leave Real Madrid in the wake of being uncovered as a Paris Saint-Germain player on Monday. Jese's €25m exchange to PSG from Madrid was formalized just hours before his official presentation in the French capital, and the aggressor made it clear his long haul future lay under Unai Emery – not back at Los Blancos like previous colleagues Dani Carvajal and Alvaro Morata. "I'm greatly upbeat to join Paris Saint-Germain, who have gotten to be a standout amongst the most aggressive groups in Europe," he started. "Numerous Spanish clubs and some English ones needed me, yet the nearness of [Unai] Emery at PSG persuaded me, in addition to [President] Nasser El Khelaifi and [sporting director] Patrick Kluivert. "Following 10 years at Real Madrid, I needed to leave for some place new, where I could advance as a player. Here, I will get more open doors and more minutes to demonstrate my quality. "[Zinedine Zidane] let me know it is hard to play as much I needed in light of the fact that there's incredible rivalry at Madrid. "I did my best there, and they're a club that will dependably be in my heart. I wish them well, yet not in Europe, where I need to win each amusement with my new group. "I share my new club's enormous desire for the years ahead and it'll be an incredible joy to work under Unai Emery. "In Spain as well as in Europe is he known for the nature of his work, and I can hardly wait to get this new test in my profession began. "I can play in four assaulting positions. I'm accessible to the Coach and I'll give everything."