Valencia remain keen on landing Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez in the summer and are willing to fork out £8.5 million to secure his services according to the Sun.
Hernandez has been linked with numerous clubs in recent months after an unhappy 2013/14 campaign to date.
The Mexican international has largely been a spectator at Manchester United this season, and has only made four Premier League starts.
The Sun report that Valencia are eager to make Hernandez their marquee signing of the summer, and are willing to fork out the £8.5 million required to get their man.
Singapore tycoon Peter Lim, who owns Valencia, is said to be particularly keen on landing the Manchester United man.
Hernandez could just be one of numerous players leaving Old Trafford this summer.
Nemanja Vidic is on his way to Inter Milan, while there has been plenty of speculation that both Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra could also be on their way out.
One man who looks likely to stay put at Manchester United however is Robin van Persie, who insisted yesterday that he was happy at the club, and was backing manager David Moyes to be a success.