Valencia has made it clear that they have no intention of selling Javi Guerra in the near future. Miguel Ángel Corona, sports director of the club, has emphatically stated “We have not received any offer for Javi Guerra nor is it in our plans to sell him to any club.” These statements were made in response to reports from the Daily Mail that the player is being watched by several Premier League teams, despite having a release clause of €100 million.
Valencia’s position is clear: they consider Javi Guerra as an asset valuable and are not willing to negotiate his transfer at this time. Its termination clause reinforces this position by setting a very high price for any potential buyer.
English football threatens Valencia’s tranquility
However, the interest of Premier League teams in Javi Guerra suggests that the player has an attractive profile and that his performance has attracted attention in the international market, and as always, time will tell if a specific offer materializes. , but for now, Valencia maintains its firm position of retaining the talented footballer, at least in the short term.