Arsenal could land Man United fullback in summer for free
Arsenal have emerged as another possible destination for Manchester United's Antonio Valencia in the summer.
Valencia will be leaving Old Trafford at the end of the season after ten years with the club and his father, Luis Valencia revealed that two London clubs, Arsenal and West Ham are possible destinations for his son. Man United failed to trigger a-one year extension into his expiring contract and now the Ecuadorian is set to leave in summer for free.
"He definitely will not continue in Manchester. He wants to change the air and the club is not going to renew him either. Like everything in life, everything has its end. Arsenal, West Ham, Inter Milan and one from China are options, but in football, everything is changing." Valencia senior told El Universo.
"He's one of the only Premier League winners left in the dressing room. It depends on if he gets on the pitch in the next few months. He's the captain and a great servant to the club so hopefully, I can get him on the pitch to show what he can do." Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said before in regard to the 33-year fullback.