Valencia are set to make amends this summer as they close in on two superstars from Chelsea and Manchester City as possible signings.
Spanish midfielder David Silva is set to leave Manchester City this summer, having played 10 years for the English side and winning 4 league titles during the process, it is no doubt that the Spaniard would go down as a legend in the club’s history. But nearing the end of his career at being 34 years of age the player is looking to part ways with Manchester City as his contract is set to expire this summer.
Another player which is reportedly set to leave the English League is Chelsea Goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga. Having had a terrible 12 months with the blues, coach Frank Lampard is not impressed with the World Record signing. The Englishman has decided to part ways with the Spaniard this summer and find a replacement
A common party, interested in both the players happens to be LaLiga side Valencia. Being David Silva’s former club where the midfielder got his big break, there is a chance that the Manchester City star might be joining the Los Murcelagos this summer. For the case of Kepa, the Spanish side has promised to take him off the Blue’s hands, as Jasper Cillessen has not been up to par after his signing from Barcelona last season.
Valencia has had a very disappointing 2019-2020 with failure to qualify for any European competitions and finishing 9th in the league, they have been terrible defensively and not as impressive in attack. As a result, they have apparently placed the entire playing staff in the transfer list meaning that there are huge changes upcoming for the side.
The addition of David Silva teamed up with the likes of Dani Parejo could make the Valencia midfield a force to reckon with, and with Kepa Arrizabalaga possibly replacing Cillessen, it could prove to be an upgrade for the Spanish side. With the reinforcements coming in this summer, the Los Ches might have a chance to qualify for the European Competitions next season and hopefully lift a trophy.
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