Manchester United defender Antonio Valencia has hinted that he could sign for DC United, a Major League Soccer team.
The current 33-year contract expires at the end of the season and the US has not taken their option to extend it for another 12 months, which means that it is about to leave with a free transfer this summer.
Last month, the Ecuadorian father Luis Valencia confirmed that his son will leave the Old Trafford and revealed that the Arsenal was one of four teams interested in an agreement.
The Gunners are looking for defensive coverage in the summer transfer window and with Unai Emery working on a tight budget, Valencia would represent a cheaper alternative to other goals.
But Valencia has hinted that his future could be alongside former teammate Wayne Rooney in MLS.
On Tuesday, Valencia retweeted and enjoyed a post from a supporter who had quoted a tweet from a report from Ecuador saying: "Based on a special request from one of them, Manchester United's pair of goals will return to being a reality in the US capital Two-year contract to be finalized with DC United. & # 39;
Valencia have only made eight appearances for United this season and struggled to recover from a calf injury for several months.
The 33-year-old is in his tenth season at United after taking part in a £ 16m deal from Wigan Athletic in 2009.
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