Man United veteran player Antonio Valencia has been told to quit at the Old Trafford and move elsewhere with his contract at the club already running out.
It would be recalled that Antonio Valencia was asked to join the Red Devils from Wigan after the departure of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo and he has gone ahead to contribute to the team by winning laurels and becoming the captain of the team.
Antonio Valencia has had just five Premier League games so far this season which makes it clear that he is not in the plans of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and might not find a place in the team anymore owing to his age. The Ecuador international is now 33.
However, with Sky Sports confirming that Antonio Valencia’s contract with the Red Devils is already running in its last months, he is set to leave and his agent has already made it clear that a move is already on the cards for his client.
The likes of Southampton, West Ham United, and Arsenal have been tipped to land him as they are reported to be interested in his signature but his decision would be determined by his playing time and his weekly wage.