According to Daily Mail, Spanish side Valencia, have ruled out the possibility of selling highly-rated youngster Javi Guerra amid interest from Manchester United.
Javi was raised as a Valencia supporter and was born in the region of Gilet, but the player is attracting interests from elite clubs.
However, Valencia don’t want to lose the player so early, as they believe that he can play a pivotal part in their campaign. This season, he’s already on red-hot form scoring 3 goals and having 1 assist in just 8 appearances for the Spanish club.
Miguel Angel Corona, Valencia’s sporting director, told Confidential (h/t Daily Mail):
“We are fully aware that we have a player with enormous potential for the future and the ability to perform at a good level now. That is why the club have decisively moved him up to the first team in recent months.
“It is not in our plans to sell him to any club. Our future plans involve continuing to give him the appropriate condition so that he is able to develop his full potential, become an important player and continue to build a Valencia team of the immediate future around players like him.”