In the green and white sports management they continue to attach importance to the arrival of a goalkeeper who represents security among the three sticks and who has very special characteristics, just like those of the former Atlético.
The 33-year-old Madrid goalkeeper David de Gea continues to have a very good lineup, even if Betis no longer has him on their agenda. It’s true that it was one of the most popular options. to the coaching staff led by Manuel Pellegrini, but a lot has changed in the last few hours. Apparently the ex-Atlético has even more exotic offers from the USA.
Specifically, it is Inter Miami, a team in which the already well-known Lionel Messi plays. and the former Blaugrana players: Sergio Busquets, Jordi Alba and very soon Luis Suárez. Betis knows it cannot compete with the checkbook of a North American club and has decided to give up on De Gea. However, Plan B was more interesting for the Sevillian team.
The alternative to David de Gea was created in the Betis quarry
Practically speaking, the Green-Whites are talking about rescuing one of their players trained in the Betic basics. We’re talking about UD Las Palmas’ starting goalkeeper, Álvaro Valles, who comes from La Rinconada in the province of Seville. Around 2016, the 26-year-old goalkeeper moved from Juvenil A to the Heliopolitan B team, where he played for one season before being loaned out to CD Gerena.
A year later, the Andalusian goalkeeper ended his contract with Betis, but his contract situation was not renewed. In this way, it was Pío Pío’s team that included him in their squad and this season he has already made 5 saves there. At the moment he is the starter under the direction of García Pimienta. And because of his importance in the yellow team, he is one of the Catalan coach’s protectors.
Valles’ contract at Las Palmas is automatically extended but Betis want him after ruling out De Gea
The contractual situation between the corner goalkeeper and the Canary Islands company is currently quite clear. The goalkeeper must have played a total of 25 games for his contract to be automatically extended. So far he has played them all (13) and it is very likely that this constant will continue until the end of this course.
Betis knows it will have to negotiate with UD Las Palmas if it wants to secure the services of Álvaro Valles. As of today, the goalkeeper is valued at 4 million euros; as far as we know, there is no termination clause for him. Ramón Planes has already started working on the case and it all depends on what the goalkeeper and former youth player of the Bética unit wants.
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