Valencia are reportedly lining up a move for Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes after Sevilla ruled out a move to sign the former Barcelona shot-stopper, according to the Daily Star.
The 33-year-old has had a difficult time at Old Trafford since joining the club on a free-transfer in January.
However, he had been training with the Red Devils since last October and earned a contract as the back-up to United’s number one David De Gea.
The Spain international has played only two Premier League games for United, coming as a substitute in a 1-1 draw with Arsenal and 0-0 against Hull City last season.
Los Che have their summer signing Diego Alves and Mathew Ryan – competing for their number one place but the aforementioned report has suggested that La Liga club could be tempted to sign Valdes this January.
Manchester United signed Sergio Romero over the summer, meaning that Valdes’ future at Old Trafford looks uncertain.