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Chelsea midfielder set for Valencia move?

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Valencia are keen on signing Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu, according to talkSPORT.

The 21-year-old midfielder has found first-team opportunities at Stamford Bridge hard to come by and is thought to be keen for a move back to his native Spain.

Romeu had initially impressed at Chelsea, but an injury hampered his progress and he now looks set for a move away from the London-based club, with Los Che the most likely suitors.

Valencia have released the ageing David Albelda from his contract and sold Tino Costa this summer, meaning that they see the central midfield position as one that they need to add numbers and quality to.

Chelsea, meanwhile, may well cash-in on the young midfielder, as they look to fund their ambition spending plans this summer.

The club announced the signing of Andre Schurrle earlier this week and have been linked with a host of top players, including Edison Cavani, Xabi Alonso and Marco van Ginkel.

 

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