Antonio Conte has been struggling to put his own impression

Italy manager Antonio Conte has been struggling to put his own impression on the national team.

Victor Valdes made a good impression in the final game of the Premier League campaign

Victor Valdes made a good impression in the final game of the Premier League campaign after keeping a clean sheet against Hull City.

The former Barcelona man was used in the place of David de Gea, who missed the game due to injury. However, he is widely believed to have played his last game for the Red Devils amidst from Real Madrid. A move back to Madrid sounds extremely exciting for the player, who has been named as the Player of the Year by the club and its players. After having joined United back in January, it took a long time for Valdes to make his debut.

Victor Valdes is certain that he made a right switch as he moved to Manchester United

Victor Valdes completed his move to Manchester United on January of 2015 as the Spanish goal-keeper left Barcelona after picking up a knee injury which left him out of action for a significantly long period of time and Louis van Gaal offered the veteran shot-stopper the chance to recover from his injury in the training facilities of Manchester United and the English club later decided to sign Victor Valdes on a permanent contract with an 18 month long deal.

Victor Valdes gives stunning admission that David is best Goalkeeper

Former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes has given a stunning admission that his rival for the number one spot at Manchester United, David de Gea, appears to be the best goalkeeper in the world right now.

Andres Iniesta out for Next Six Weeks, says reports

Barcelona’s fears have been confirmed after with midfielder Andres Iniesta has been ruled out for the next six weeks.

Victor Valdes discloses his confident on fitness

Former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes has revealed that he is close to 100% fitness after having sufficiently recovered from the injury problems.

Valdes rumoured to move to Liverpool

It’s been over 5 months since Victor Valdes has been a free agent after he was released by Barcelona and was expected to join a club in Qatar or the French side As.Monaco but a move could never be completed as he picked up an injury which interfered with the transfer.

Guardiola Looking To Land Valdes

Pep Guardiola is believed to be looking to land the Spain International Victor Valdes at Allianz Arena.

Valdes was all set to sign for the French club Monaco this summer, but, because of his slow recovery from the injury that he had sustained last season, that deal broke down.

Guardiola had said last week that he feels his squad is a goalkeeper short and he would probably be securing the services of one pretty soon. Now, it seems he had made that statement keeping Valdes in mind only.

As Valdes has already been released by Barcelona, he can be signed on free transfer.

Monaco Confirm Lack Of Valdes Signing

French club Monaco have confirmed that they will not be signing former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes on a free transfer as initially reported. Monaco were seen as the favourites to get the 32-year-old goalkeeper, who left Barcelona after more than a decade. Valdes is currently recovering from an anterior cruciate ligament injury that he suffered last season. It saw him fail to bid proper goodbyes to Barcelona after being carried on a stretcher in his final appearance for the club. The injury appears to have put his move to a new club in jeopardy.

Barcelona Willing To Offer Contract Extension

Barcelona FC has made it clear that in case Victor Valdes decides to cancel an away move, the club can think of giving him a contract extension.

Valdes’ contract with Barcelona is going to get finished at the end of this month and the Spaniard was ready to take a free transfer to the French Club Monaco after that, but, unfortunately, the knee injury that he had established in the latter parts of the last Season got worsened and he had to go under the knife. That led Monaco, which was very keen to secure his services, to withdraw its bid.