Manchester United and Newcastle United have recently surfaced as potential suitors for the Valencia midfielder, Javi Guerra.
However, renowned transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has downplayed these rumors in his latest exclusive column for the Daily Briefing.
Javi Guerra, a 20-year-old emerging talent in Spanish football, has been garnering significant attention.
Romano emphasizes that Guerra is regarded as an integral part of Valencia’s present and future plans, debunking the notion of an impending move to either Manchester United or Newcastle.
Despite reports circulating in the Daily Mail, there appears to be no concrete interest from either English club at this juncture.
Romano does acknowledge, however, that more than five top-tier clubs have been closely monitoring the young midfielder’s progress.
In Romano’s words, “Javi Guerra – A report yesterday linked this promising Valencia youngster with Manchester United and Newcastle, but as far as I’m aware, there is nothing concrete.”
He goes on to clarify, “Valencia considers him a key player for the present and future, so there’s nothing concrete at this stage.
More than five top clubs are scouting him, but nothing else yet.
For sure, he’s an excellent talent with top potential, so one to watch for the future.”
It remains an intriguing prospect to observe Guerra’s continued development.
However, the challenge for Valencia to retain such a prodigious young talent looms larger with each passing day, especially considering the growing interest from prominent clubs who are already closely monitoring his situation.