'Exit operation' stop and no offers

Real Valladolid continues to strive to reduce the surpluses of its staff, although the slowness of the market works against it.

The march of Diego Alende in the direction of Lugo, produced after its renewal, has lowered the number of Real Valladolid players to 35, a high figure made up in training due to the internal coronavirus crisis. This does not mean that it is not working; What happens is that the sports management directed by Fran Sánchez is finding the market slow to remove these surpluses from Pacheta's workforce.

Despite having transcended different interests in various footballers, the truth is that at this point the club has not received more offers than the one rejected from Valencia by Marcos André, of three million euros. Although the Valencian press insists on this movement, as AS has learned, there has not yet been a second offer. Similarly, the interest aroused by players such as Óscar Plano (Levante) or Javi Sánchez (Fiorentina and Granada, among others), has not turned into the transfer of an official proposal.The current diatribe is that Real Valladolid does not want to give up its main assets, with which it would prefer to continue counting or, failing that, let them leave only mediating transfer, and, at the same time, it is encountering difficulties in the formula and destination of another series of players, whom he does not have the intention to terminate so as not to reduce their economic capacity, less than in previous seasons due to the decline.

However, the situation has not changed compared to the last weeks; The work is hard in order to reduce the squad, which today has ten more players than can be registered in LaLiga, which means that the priority continues to be in those exits over arrivals despite the The slow pace with which the market is moving in general, with hardly any economic margin to undertake large operations.

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