The Catalan goalkeeper has not played for months
Victor Valdés' life in Manchester might finish soon. The Catalan goalkeeper, separated by Louis Van Gaal, trains alone these days and can not match with the first-team players. But his situation could change in the winter market. His agent, Gines Carvajal, confirmed at Radio Marca that Valdés has no alternative but to leave United in January.
After trying to leave in the summer, without success, Valdés has a new team which could fit. And it's not Valencia, Sevilla or any Turkish team supposedly interested in the former Barcelona goalkeeper in recent months.
Newcastle has no goalkeeper after their main one, the Dutchman Tim Krul, is injured. English newspapers have already echoed the possible interest of the club from the north of England, which is now ranked last in the Premier League with just three points in eight games.
Valdés, therefore, could stay in Premier League. Will he finally have a place in a team?