Like every summer, Valencia CF faces the transfer market with the need to give out many players and then incorporate others who can strengthen the team. This year, the intention of the Mestalla club is to carry out a revolution that allows reducing the cost of staff and adapting it to the economic needs of the club and, on the other hand, a sports regeneration now that a new stage opens with the arrival of Javi Grace.
The club’s will collides head-on with reality. It is not as easy to get as many footballers out as the club intends. The market situation does not favor a massive exit and although the intention of the club is to make a clean in the locker room, with the sale of heavy weights included, he begins to assume that this will not be as easy as it seemed no matter how much cartel the players have.
The vast majority of clubs are immersed in a war economy as a consequence of the economic cut caused by the coronavirus health crisis. Also, market closure which will not arrive until the first days of October will delay the times of any possible negotiations.
The starting point has been the sale of Ferran Torres, which will become official in the coming days. The situation with that of Foios had reached a point of no return and the Valencia he had an obligation to sell. The final amount of the transfer, expensive or cheap, is already debatable.
Javi Gracia has already outlined all the sports needs of his squad taking into account the idea that the club has for each player. On what happens to them, some examples are Parejo, Rodrigo, Coquelin …, will depend on the possible reinforcements that Javi Gracia has asked for if the Navarrese cannot redirect an outgoing operation that seems to become entrenched.