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Valencia wants to retain Hugo Guillamon amid interest from top clubs

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Valencia has started the season in a mixed fashion as they sit on 9th position in the La Liga table. The club appointed Gennaro Gattuso in the summer as their Manager in an attempt to push the team toward European Football. The Italian has started decently but would have hoped for more consistency.

The Spanish team is blessed with multiple young talents that they have nurtured into good players. One such player is Hugo Guillamon this season. The central midfielder has developed into one of the most exciting prospects in world football.

Many top European clubs have their eyes set on the Spanish midfielder in the upcoming transfer window. However, Valencia hopes to retain the young midfielder as he is one of the brightest prospects for them. He has also become an important part of the team at Valencia and Gattuso will not want to lose him.

Valencia will need to rebuff interest from Europe’s elite

Top European clubs such as Barcelona, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and Real Madrid have expressed an interest in signing the midfielder. If Valencia wants to retain the midfielder, then they will have to compete with these European giants. Valencia cannot offer a very lucrative financial package but the club can guarantee playing time.

Barcelona, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and Real Madrid are all looking to sign the midfielder as a future prospect. Hugo Guillamon will not receive regular game time at any of these clubs. However, a club like Chelsea or Bayern Munich may be able to offer him scattered minutes as they are playing in many competitions.

However, all these clubs offer Champions League football something which Valencia cannot offer. Real Madrid is every player’s dream and with Luka Modric/Toni Kroos aging, the young midfielder can try and impress the hierarchy for a permanent place. Nevertheless, the future of the Spanish midfielder is very bright, and let’s just hope he makes the right decision for his career!!

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