Laliga side Valencia CF is looking for a double swoop for English Premier League duo of David Silva and goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.
While Silva will be leaving Manchester City in the summer as a free transfer, Kepa has had a tough time at Chelsea with the club willing to listen to offers for the world’s most expensive keeper.
After a miserable campaign, Valencia is looking to revamp their squad and according to reports from 90 Minutes, they are open to welcoming Silva back to the club with the 34-year-old said to be keen in a return to the club where he began his football career.
Silva came through los Murcelagos' academy as a youngster and made over 150 appearances for the first-team over a four-year spell before making the move to Manchester City.
There had been reports that City is keen in adding Silva another year should he fail to land his preferred move; the midfielder has spent the last ten years at City where he has helped them to four Premier League titles.
As for Kepa, Valencia is keen to find a replacement for Dutch international Jasper Cillessen who has failed to live up to expectations following his move from Barcelona a year ago. The player though might demand a huge fee from the Laliga side and a possibility of a loan deal has been muted as the best option for them.