Spanish football Club Valencia may consider to sell some of their star players in this January Transfer Market due to their financial crisis.
Valencia is having some financial problem over a few years. The club admitted that they may have to consider selling their star players due to their poor state of finances, according to a report in the British broadsheet the Independent.
The club’s sporting vice-president, Fernando Gomez Colomer said, “Whatever offer comes in we will have to study it although the idea is not to have to sell David Villa or David Silva.”
But it is not that they will sell them in fair price. They are expecting some huge transfer fee for their stars like Villa and Silva.
Fernando Gomez continued: “It would have to be an exorbitant offer.”
This news will attract Man City boss Mark Hughes, who is given huge pocket-money for January Transfer Market. He has received a whopping one hundred million pounds.
The Spanish striker is continuously being tracked by Man City since their Abu Dhabi owners arrived in August.
Valencia club president Vicente Soriano admitted, “We will fight to give the club the economic stability that it needs. Right now that is the most important thing – more than any kind of sporting success.”