Amid rumors surrounding young Spanish talent Javi Guerra and his possible move to the Premier League, Valencia sporting director Miguel Ángel Corona has made it clear that the club has other plans in mind. In an interview with the English press, Corona stated categorically: “It is not in our plans to sell him to any club.”
Javi Guerra’s name has been on everyone’s lips in England, with several major Premier League teams interested in his signing. However, Valencia has remained firm in their decision to retain the promising player. According to Corona, the club is fully aware of Guerra’s potential and believes that he is fundamental to the team’s future.
Corona explained in an interview with ‘ Daily Mail ‘ that they have the young midfielder for the future “We have a player with enormous potential for the future and the ability to perform at a good level now.” Valencia sees Guerra as a key piece in their long-term project and plans to remain in the team so that he continues to develop at Mestalla.
We have been working with him from lower categories
The sports director also praised Guerra’s rapid growth and highlighted that his emergence was not a surprise for the club. They have been working with him since his youth days and have high expectations for his future. Corona concluded by calling for calm in assessing the level of war and its potential. He stressed that being a young player, he has a long way to go and that his limit will only be determined by his constant work.