The striker who lets Valencia love him

Ukrainian striker Roman Yaremchuk has made clear his desire to stay at Valencia beyond June 30, the date his loan ends, and then return to Bruges. The player, who has excelled under the management of Rubén Baraja, has expressed his satisfaction with his stay at the Mestalla and his desire to extend it.

Yaremchuk stated that he felt very comfortable in the team and in the city as well as with his family, which strengthened his desire to stay at the club. His agent, in an interview with Relevo, did not hide this desire, although he acknowledged that the final decision could be influenced by the interests of Brugge, a club that paid 17 million euros for the striker.

“He is extremely happy in the city, as is his wife and his son too. He feels more integrated than ever and as long as there is an opportunity to stay at the club, he will try,” commented Yaremchuk’s agent. However, he admits that Club Brugge may have its own financial considerations regarding repaying some of the investment made in the player.

Important for deck

Yaremchuk’s performance in Valencia is getting worse and worse and at the moment he is a pretty important player in Rubén Baraja’s plans. His goalscoring abilities and his adaptation to the Valencia team’s style of play have sparked interest in keeping him beyond his loan spell.

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