Victor Valdes’s agent Gines Carvajal has confirmed that Manchester United out-of-favour keeper is set to leave the Old Trafford this January, according to BBC Sport.
Valdes, who joined the Red Devils in January transfer window last season, but after a heat-up argument with manager Louis van Gaal during the summer, the Spaniard shot-stopper has found himself away from the first-team, having made just two Premier League appearances last season.
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His situation has alerted several Premier League clubs of his availability, with Chelsea and Newcastle United keen on the 33-year-old’s signature.
His agent Gines Carvajal told Radio Marca: “He’ll have a chance in January, wherever he goes.”
“He needs to go to a place he feels is right for him.”
The former Barcelona keeper has won six La Liga titles, three Champions League and the Spanish Cup twice during his 12-year spell at Camp Nou between 2002 and 2014.
Valdes, a World Cup 2010 winner with Spain, will be a free agent next summer.