Manchester United could terminate contract of Victor Valdes

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Manchester United could terminate the contract of goalkeeper Victor Valdes, according to ESPN.

Sources have reportedly told ESPN that the club could now hand the Spaniard a way out of Old Trafford in the near future. 

However, it has been claimed that they will only allow the 33-year-old to leave the club as long as he joins a side from outside of the Premier League. 


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The duo of Liverpool and Chelsea have been credited with interest in the player's signature, but it's seemingly unlikely that he will join either club in the winter window. 

Both sides have had problems in the goalkeeping department of late, but may well have to look elsewhere as they go in search of improvement. 

Nightmare stint 

Valdes, who signed for United on a free transfer back in January, has endured a torrid time at the club, making just two appearances for the first-team. 

After a falling out with Red Devils chief Louis van Gaal, it looked almost certain that Valdes was set to move on in the summer transfer window, but he failed to leave Manchester behind. 


Let's be honest, it just hasn't worked out for Valdes in England's elite division. With a great deal of experience and talent, the ex-Barcelona man could have enjoyed quite the stint in the Premier League, but it appears that he will now have to move abroad in his pursuit of first-team football. 

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