Valencia CF finds itself at a crossroads this season, marked by the concern that a European club, especially from the Premier League or the Bundesliga, could arrive with a tempting offer and convince one of its outstanding players to seek a new adventure. The club’s financial situation, recently announced, does not impose the sale of assets before June 30, unlike previous seasons. However, as of June 30, 2024, the need to sell again in order to sign is expected.
The priority for Valencia is to maintain its block under the direction of Rubén Baraja, and only consider reinforcements if an interesting opportunity arises in the market, with the approval of the owner, Peter Lim. One of the names that has been mentioned as a possible reinforcement is winger Carlos Vicente. However, before looking for new signings, the club is focusing on retaining its current players, as there are fears that wealthy clubs will bring forward their summer investments and make moves in January to reduce competition in the summer market.
Four players who raise great interest
The names that appear on the agendas of the main European clubs are Javi Guerra, followed by Pepelu, Mamardashvili, and Mosquera. So far, no concrete offer has reached the club, and the players, each with their own considerations, wish to complete the season with Valencia. However, the market is unpredictable, and there is a possibility that some European clubs, although not many, will present offers that could tempt Peter Lim and the players.