Suso and Ayestarán have already decided which players are to be transferred, which could be transferred and which are a necessity to keep. First on the transferable list is “the bomb” Álvaro Negredo who is looking to either return to the Premier League or Serie A. Enzo Pérez, Abdennour, Piatti along with the loaned out Yoel, Salva Ruiz, Orban, Robert Ibañez, Fede Cartabia & De Paul are all high up.
“That F?%&# neighbour”…
…is a Norwegian song about Swedes, but it could also well be used to describe Villarreal’s meddling with Valencia transfer business. Both clubs are after Denis Cheryshev and Pablo Sarabia.
Parejo from villain to hero to villain to hero to villain to hero…..
Pako Ayestarán has completely changed the midfielder’s future. From being whistled out and having enough, he is now the focal point of the team.
Valencia’s head of the medicinal department, Dr. Albors was let go yesterday along with several of his team. It was then quickly rumored that the club looked to bring back Dr.Candel, nicknamed “fisurete” (small fissure) because of his tendency to underestimate injuries and also diagnosing wrongly, as was the case with Mathieu, Guaita and not at least Carlos Delgado in his last tenure at the club. Previously he was also the doctor that treated Vicente Rodriguez for his ankle issue which the winger never recovered from. Apart from that he was the doctor of Spanish athlete Oniya, repeatedly caught doping herself. Pako Ayestarán has denied he requested Candel who is now “a candidate”.
A Barr’gan for someone
Antonio Barragan denies having been told to look for other opportunities, but journalists with good sources at the club believe he is one of the names on the exit list. We need Brighton to do another Bruno.
Pako Ayestarán is looking for Aderllan
…said Las Provincias yesterday. In our humble opinion it shouldn’t be hard to spot the tall Brazilian who looks like he is trying to play football in pumps. Well, if he does find him we hope he can make him shiny for some Portuguese team. We need aMend’s.
Ruben Vezo…staying or going?
The Portuguese has silently gone about his business (well exact for that middle finger to the press), putting in a good effort every time he’s been called on. Many fans thus reacted to the news that he was one player considered for an exit. Yesterday other news came, claiming Pako counts on him and that the defender wants to stay.
Well, rather Shehu. The Nigerian footballer appeared on Pako Ayestarán’s instagram account with a picture from a scouting tool used by Valencia. Pako says he doesn’t use the social media app often…
Academy now take in older students
Alesanco yesterday gave the “state of the union” of the academy and confirmed the new policy of mixing talents with more seasoned players. These will not be able to be called on by the first team. The director denied that the goal had changed to promotion and stressed that the main goal will always be to develop players.
Belief in Villalba
Alesanco also talked about Fran Villalba who had a very strange season. After being presented as part of the first team and enjoying the trust of Nuno, he was rarely used under Neville and Pako. He regressed to first Mestalla, then even to Juvenil. Alesanco asked for some patience with the lad who just turned 18.
David Villa returns to Valencia
I know, kinda clickbaty headline there. David Villa is indeed returning to Valencia – to start a football school in Pucol.
|4 july||Return to work||Paterna|
|11 july||Increasing the work load||Paterna y Parador El Saler|
|18 july||Preseason tour||TBD26 julio|
|2 days rest||Home|
|30 july||Friendly vs FC Ilves||Tampere, Finland|
|31 julio||Possible tour in Europe (3-4 matches)||TBD|
|August||Presentation & Torneo Naranja||TBD|
|21 August||Start of La Liga 2016-17||
Sources: Plaza Deportiva, Las Provincias, Levante-emv, Superdeporte, El Desmarque, AS, Marca