“I will be clear: Jesus may leave because he wants to play”. The Portuguese left no doubt with his answer, explaining that things have not gone as he would have liked: “There were times when he played, moments when he played well, and other times when he did not play well. That is his case. Clearly, it has not gone well at all.”. “When things don’t go as you want,” continued the Portuguese coach, “you have to ask yourself how you can make things better. Sometimes you don’t have time because you have to reconcile three parts: the coach, the player and the clubs“. Jesús Vallejo could cease to belong to the discipline of the Wolverhampton Wanderers in the coming days. This newspaper already announced that Real Madrid was concerned about the situation of the central team and that it intended to break its assignment this January before the short game time that the Aragonese defender has arranged. And in this direction has pointed Nuno Espírito Santo himself, coach of the Wolves, in the press conference prior to his third round FA Cup clash against Manchester United. In case you can break your assignment, and as this newspaper pointed out, the former Zaragoza is clear about his preferences: play in Germany or Spain. In the Teuton championship he has a good sign after passing through Eintracht in Frankfurt in the 2016-17 campaign, where he played 25 Bundesliga matches. The ‘eagles’ have been one of the two sets that have been most interested in Vallejo, being the Leganés de Javier Aguirre the most interested national team. The former coach of Valencia was one of those who most strongly opted for the footballer owned by Real Madrid, being one of those who chose the balance for Vallejo, as he himself recognized this same newspaper in October: “Nuno called me and explained the project to me. It was the club that bet the most on me”. And, despite recognizing that the movement has not gone as both parties expected, the Portuguese coach has spared no praise for the hand: “He is a young and talented player that we brought with great expectations, but this has not worked. It is time for him to go out and find a club where he can play and keep progressing because the talent is there.”.