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Manchester United will sign Valencia star Javi Guerra for just £34m

Manchester United will need just £34m to sign Valencia star Javi Guerra, despite the 20-year-old having an £86m release clause.

Manchester United is on the brink of securing a major transfer coup as they finalize a deal to acquire Valencia’s rising midfield talent, Javi Guerra, for a reported fee of £34 million. The Red Devils have been locked in a competitive battle with Juventus for the 20-year-old sensation, but latest reports suggest that United has taken the lead in negotiations.

Valencia has stood firm on their asking price, holding out for £34 million amid strong interest from top European clubs, including Manchester United and Juventus. Despite Guerra having an £86 million release clause, United is set to secure his services for a significantly lower fee, signaling a potential steal in the transfer market.

The Spanish U-21 midfielder’s arrival at Old Trafford is anticipated to bolster United’s midfield options, adding youthful energy and skill to their roster. Guerra has attracted widespread attention for his exceptional talent and potential to become a football star.

The imminent signing of Javi Guerra is a testament to Manchester United’s ambition to secure top talents to strengthen their squad. The Red Devils’ swift move to negotiate a deal for the promising midfielder showcases their determination to reinforce their team for future success.

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Javi Guerra was sent off for this incident during Valencia’s defeat to Getafe

Javi Guerra. (Source: ESPN)
Javi Guerra. (Source: ESPN)

Valencia’s encounter against Getafe ended in a fiery clash marked by a late defeat and multiple red cards, most notably including Javi Guerra’s expulsion. In a contentious moment during the match, Guerra, the young Valencia midfielder, received a direct red card, adding to the turmoil in an already heated contest.

The match witnessed dramatic events, culminating in Valencia’s dismay with a 1-0 defeat. Tempers flared as Valencia defender Gabriel Paulista was also sent off earlier in the second half for a severe foul.

Guerra’s red card came in the 88th minute, allegedly for dissent towards the match officials. This incident compounded Valencia’s woes after Getafe netted a late goal, causing tensions to escalate further on the field. As tensions simmer following the controversial match, Valencia faces potential setbacks with player suspensions, raising questions about squad depth and future performances.

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