Time is of the essence and the coach will no longer wait for instructions to take action on the hiring matter. The Valladolid man desperately wants three strikers.
It’s been more than a month since the summer market opened its doors and this Valencia CF He only signed one player that Rubén Baraja didn’t ask about. Although at Mister He liked it because in his previous team he is a central player with excellent qualities and a good performance. We’re talking about Pepelu who got tired of playing in the second division and decided to leave the Levante UD concentration.
With almost 35 days gone and only the former Granota player signed, the situation at Valencia CF is getting more and more complicated. That’s why Rubén Baraja is asking the boards for sanity and praying that Peter Lim gets his hands on it and is able to complete the three signings that are in the Valladolid manager’s folder. You are an attacking midfielder, a winger and a central attacker.
Valencia CF sporting directors will start LaLiga with the signings Baraja wanted
Of the three players requested by the Valencianista coach, two play right here in LaLiga, although one plays in the first division and the other in the second division. In order of difficulty, Miguel Ángel Corona will start with creative midfielder Selim Amallah, who plays for the recently relegated Valladolid. The Belgian-Moroccan could agree with the black and white team if they want to continue playing in the gold category.
Then there’s centre-forward Rafa Mir, who is reluctant to leave the Sevilla FC squad as he wants to continue demonstrating Mendilibar that it is he who can overthrow En-Nesyri. However, the Basque coach has already opened the exit door for him as he will continue to be plan B in Nervionenense’s attack. Baraja, on the other hand, promises him a place in his starting XI.
And the latest signing from Valencia CF, requesting Baraja for Premier League games
To wrap up this first and perhaps last set of transfers is far-right Sergio Canós, who plays for Brentford in England. The former Barcelona played half the season in the Premier League and the other half at Olympiakos in Greece. He couldn’t find stability in either team, adding just 530 minutes all year.
The Castellón forward’s contract with the Bee Club runs until 2024 and Valencia CF are keen for the player to receive a freedom letter. An unreal situation as Cliff Crown (President of Brentford) was the first to say they would try to make a profit for the striker. The value is currently estimated at 9 million euros, which could cost between 4 and 5 kilos, a heavy blow for the Che team.