Valencia Braced Up For Highly Rated Goalkeeper Summer Sale As Links To EPL Emerge

Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

With the most recent transfer links to the Premier League, Valencia goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili is a contender to be Los Che’s annual summer transfer of one of their best young players. But replacing him won’t be simple.

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Relevo claims that Rayo Vallecano goalkeeper Stole Dimitrievski, whose contract expires at the end of the current campaign, has a verbal agreement with Valencia. The Macedonian will give priority to moving to Mestalla despite receiving two attractive offers from Saudi Arabia.

However, Valencia will only sign a contract with Dimitrievski if Mamardashvili is sold, and they have no intention of having two starting caliber goalkeepers for the upcoming campaign. Therefore, a quick sale within the next two months is necessary to hold onto Dimitrievski as a replacement, but there doesn’t seem to be a bid for Mamardashvili coming soon.

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The 30-year-old will give Valencia priority, but he won’t hold out forever. If he isn’t signed by the time his contract expires in June, he will look into other options.

The most recent connections between Mamardashvili and Newcastle United are believed to be sufficient to lure the enormous Georgian for a cost of roughly €25–35 million. But Nick Pope is also a formidable goalie.


Nico Williams is Barcelona’s top offensive target for the next summer transfer window. After an outstanding season in Bilbao, the Athletic Club winger will undoubtedly be in high demand, thus his release clause will be crucial.

Williams’ release clause is reportedly closer to €60 million than €50 million, and other Premier League teams, notably Aston Villa and Chelsea, have also been linked to the 21-year-old. After Athletic won the Copa del Rey, Williams did say he had “many more years” left at San Mames.

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Barcelona will need to pay Williams in full up front and wait for significant sales in addition to a return to within their wage cap if they wish to acquire him. A pivot is still their top goal if they can make it happen, but if they have any money left over for other signings, they will give Williams as much as they can, according to Sport. This summer, he is their second most important goal.

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