Valencia CF inquire about Omorodion’s loan


Despite a good season at Alavés, the striker may not return to Atlético and will go out on loan again, which interests the Ché team.

Samu Omorodion showed that he is capable of scoring goals Second RFEF I could do it indoors too LaLiga EA Sportssomething that the Valencia CF. In this case it is Deportivo Alaves who uses his services even though he is on behalf of the Sporty. So that’s what everyone would think At the end of the season, the striker will return to the mattress club.

It is not yet known what exact plans there are Simeone has for Omorodion. But the truth is that sooner or later he will wear the red and white jersey. However, his near future is of great interest and this is where the idea of ​​another transfer arises. The Babazorro club has signed up for an extension of the loan, but this Valencia CF expresses his great interest.

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Should Atlético decide to send Omorodion out on loan again, Valencia CF would be the favorites. (c) Photo Gol Digital.

Valencia CF’s plus in signing Omorodion

If the Melilla striker is eventually selected for a new loan deal and the Albiazul side are a candidate, the black and whites would have the advantage. This is simply due to the fact that the 19-year-old would make his international debut in each of the three continental tournaments. And the Ché Club is in the middle of the European quota zone.

It is more advantageous for Atléti to loan Omorodion to Valencia than to keep him at Alavés. In this way, the former Granada player will be familiarized with an international tournament when he returns to Cívitas. This is as long as Rubén Baraja promises the Melilla player a lot of minutes. However, things will be easy with the former Nasrid’s quality of goals.

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While Valencia deals with the signing of Omorodion, the boy has unfinished business with Granada

With the support of his lawyers and Atlético’s legal department, the attacker from Melilla will sue the Nasrid club. The reason for this legal claim lies in the existence of an “unfair clause” in the player’s contract when he was still part of the Andalusian team. Immediately afterward, it was the mattress team that ended up paying for it.

According to Omorodion’s lawyers, Granada did not have the right to place a termination clause of €6 million as the player’s salary was low enough to correspond to this amount. If the justice system finds the Nasrid painting guilty, He must return the money to the Madrid squad, but the striker will not return to Los Cármenes.


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