Former Barcelona number one Victor Valdes is likely remain in the Premier League even if he eventually leaves Manchester United in January, according to the player’s agent.
The Red Devils outcast allegedly refused to play for the Under-21s last season and has not been part of Louis van Gaal’s team ever since and reports revealed that he has been training alone after a move to Besiktas fell through in the summer.
And despite him been linked with a move to Newcastle United in the winter transfer window and his agent Gines Carvajal admitted that the goalkeeper would consider staying in England.
Carvajal told Spanish radio station 4g: “We will try to turnaround the situation [in January]. It is logical and is what he wants, Nothing is clear at this moment because there are still two months [to the transfer window].
“The Premier League is attractive, he is adapted there so possibly he is going to stay in the Premier League but I don’t close doors anywhere. Although always we will depend on Manchester to let him to go.”
Valdes had a successful career with Barcelona making 387 appearances during his time at the Nou Camp, winning six La Liga titles and three Champions League trophies.