The daddy of Manchester United veteran Antonio Valencia has confirmed the curiosity of a pair of Premier League rivals in his son’s providers.
Valencia, now 33, made his identify in England with Wigan Athletic throughout a Three-year spell between 2006 and 2009.
The then-explosive winger’s very good performances with the Latics ultimately led to Manchester United forking out £16 million to deliver Valencia to Previous Trafford in the summertime of 2009.
And the Ecuadorian subsequently went on to emerge as an absolute staple for the Crimson Devils, too, together with his lung-busting showings up-and-down United’s right-flank having seen Valencia set up himself as a agency fan-favourite.
The 2011/12 marketing campaign perfectly-showcased the South American’s significance to United, as Valencia notched four objectives and a whopping 13 assists within the Premier League alone, en path to the membership’s Participant of the Yr award.
Nonetheless, after persevering with to impress following a shift to a full-back/wing-back berth, a significant dip in kind for the veteran over the past couple of seasons has since seen Valencia fully lose his place within the first-team setup of the Manchester giants.
So far within the present marketing campaign, the 93-time capped worldwide has managed simply 5 Premier League appearances.
As such, together with his contract resulting from expire in June, Valencia is widely-expected to depart Previous Trafford come the summer time.
Bur, as per the aforementioned replace courtesy of the versatile stopper’s father this afternoon, he won’t be brief on choices in his seek for a brand new membership.
Talking in an interview with El Universo, Luis Valencia confirmed the curiosity of a pair of Premier League sides, in addition to one from every of Italy and China, within the Manchester United outcast:
‘Arsenal, West Ham, Inter Milan and one membership from China are choices, however in soccer the whole lot is altering.’
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