Nou Camp goalkeeper giving nothing away.
Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes has refused to be drawn on his future at the Nou Camp after being linked with a move to Liverpool and Manchester City.
The 30-year-old Valdes, a major part of the Barcelona success story since 2003 having won five La Liga titles and three Champions League crowns, is said to be on his way out of the Nou Camp this summer when he will have just 12 months of his contract left to run.
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Liverpool, who have his Spanish international team-mate Pepe Reina as number one, were linked with a swoop along with Manchester City, who are looking for a top-class stopper to provide competition to Joe Hart.
Valdes has spoken for the first time about the proposed move to the Premier League with the Mirror quoting him as tweeting: “Hi everyone, I want to declare that I haven’t said anything regarding my future yet – I will do when the time comes. Everything that has been said in this respect are speculations.”
Valdes, who is rated at around £16million, could be replaced at Barcelona by Manchester United’s goalkeeper David De Gea with the young Spaniard being linked with a return to his homeland.