Valencia CF, after a transfer market that left bittersweet feelings in Mestalla, finds itself in a situation where the squad seems insufficient to face the season in La Liga. Coach Rubén Baraja is determined to improve the team and avoid problems in the classification.
Despite the departures of more than ten players, Valencia has only brought in four new faces on the market and has exercised a purchase option questioned by Cenk Ozkacar. The club’s declining status in recent years worries fans, but owner Peter Lim continues his cost-cutting policy.
Coach Rubén Baraja is aware of the limitations of the current squad and is looking for solutions among the available free agents. One of his main objectives is to sign a striker, despite the arrival of Roman Yaremchuk. The possibility of reinforcing the team with a winger or even another center forward is also being considered.
Two names have emerged on the list of possible reinforcements: Simone Zaza and Moussa Marega. Simone Zaza, a former player known to Valencian fans, is an option that could provide experience and depth up front. On the other hand, Moussa Marega, who has been a desire of the Valencia board since his time at Porto, is currently without a team after terminating his contract with Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia.
Valencia’s fate this season will depend largely on Peter Lim’s ability to approve the signings proposed by Rubén Baraja. Valencian fans are eagerly waiting to see how the situation develops and if new reinforcements finally arrive that can improve the team’s squad and prospects in La Liga.
Valencia CF faces an important challenge in La Liga, and the arrival of quality reinforcements could make the difference in their quest to regain their status and compete at the top of the table.