Valencia will honor Guaje Villa in Mestalla after its withdrawal

The club ché is waiting for the Asturian striker to confirm a date, although the day of February 2 is considered.


Valencia will pay tribute to Guaje Villa after announcing his retirement from Asturias. The club informed the Asturian representative agency of its willingness to recognize its trajectory. There is not yet a specific date, although, it works for David Villa to be in Mestalla at the beginning of February. David Villa, top scorer in the history of the Spanish National Team (59 goals), lives his last weeks as a professional in Vissel from Japan. On December 21, he will play the Japanese Cup semifinal to a single match. If Vissel achieved the victory, Guaje would play the last game of his long career on January 1 at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium.The Guaje has played in eight clubs throughout his career (Sporting, Zaragoza, Valencia, Barcelona, Atletico, New York City, Melbourne and Vissel), although in none as many games nor did he score as many goals as with Valencia. Villa played 219 games and scored 127 goals. Valencia prepares a tribute to the height of the player, one of the most emblematic players of his centenary history. The event will enter the course of the Centenary of Valencia. In Mestalla a giant canvas will be deployed as a tribute to Villa.

Valencia will pay tribute to Guaje Villa after announcing his retirement from Asturias. The club informed the Asturian representative agency of its willingness to recognize its trajectory. There is not yet a specific date, although, it is working so that David Villa is in Mestalla at the beginning of February

David Villa, top scorer in the history of the Spanish National Team (59 goals), lives his last weeks as a professional in the Vissel of Japan. On December 21, he will play the Japanese Cup semifinal to a single match. If Vissel won the victory, Guaje would play the last game of his long career on January 1 at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium.

Guaje has played in eight clubs throughout his career (Sporting, Zaragoza, Valencia, Barcelona, Atletico, New York City, Melbourne and Vissel), although in none as many games nor did he score as many goals as with Valencia. Villa played 219 games and scored 127 goals.

Valencia prepares a tribute to the level of the footballer, one of the most emblematic players of his centenary history. The event will enter the course of the Centenary of Valencia. In Mestalla a giant canvas will be deployed as a tribute to Villa.



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