When Jesé Rodriguez left Real Madrid for PSG this summer, he'd have been hoping to fulfil his potential with regular first-team football. But a tough start to life in Paris has seen the Spaniard play just 83 minutes of the new Ligue 1 season.
And he wasn't afraid to let his anger out when Unai Emery replaced him with Angel Di Maria less than an hour into Friday's home game against Saint-Etienne.
Jese😡 after being subbed for Di Maria in the recent game vs ASSE: "I didn't leave Real Madrid to be benched at PSG!" pic.twitter.com/g1o4yzQEoJ— M.A.J (@UItraSuristic) September 12, 2016
Jesé found out he needed an appendix operation just a few hours after making his PSG debut in the season opener against Bastia, ruling him out for three weeks. So he'd have been relishing the chance to impress when handed his first start ahead of Friday's home game against Saint-Etienne.
However, the 23-year-old winger failed to shine, as he didn't complete a single dribble or fire a shot on goal. His only contributions saw him dispossesed twice before Emery brought him off for Di Maria after 58 minutes.
Jesé should fix his attitude. Play shit get subbed, simple as that.— Haidar (@EatenApplee) September 12, 2016
As seen in the video above, Jesé threw a tantrum on his way to the dugout and then made his stance clear in an interview with Le Parisien after the match.
"The truth is that I didn’t come to Paris to be in the same situation as in Madrid. I came with the desire to play every game, despite the fact there are great players here.
"Cavani is a great player, but I am no substitute."
Chin up Jesé, you've always got your music career to fall back on...