Wealthy businesses from Russia and the UAE have taken an interest, and if all is to be believed, Valencia could be set for a major financial windfall.
One man vying for presidency is Alfonso Rus and with wealthy Russian investors backing the cause, he outlined his plans for the club.
“I’m going with a proposal which succeeds €600m, with around €80m for new transfers.” He told Las Provincias.
As a result of this exciting new proposal, we take a look at possible Premier League based players which could make the switch to Valencia this summer if the proposal is accepted.
Javier Hernandez – Manchester United:
The Mexican international striker has long been linked with a move to Los Che and remains a probable target regardless of the new proposal.
Chicharito has barely featured for Manchester United under David Moyes, making just five Premier League starts all season.
Despite his lack of games, the 25-year-old has shown exemplary professionalism at the club. However, he won’t want to endure yet another season on the substitutes’ bench and perhaps an offer in the region of €15 million would be deemed sufficient for David Moyes to sell.
Oriol Romeu – Chelsea:
The Spanish midfielder is currently on loan at Valencia from parent club Chelsea.
With the Blues already boasting a number of midfielders at the club, it is likely that Jose Mourinho will be looking to move the 22-year-old on this summer.
Romeu, despite suffering a long-term injury, has been impressive in La Liga and he will feel he has done enough to earn himself a permanent move.
With his contract set to run out in 2015, Valencia may even be able to strike themselves a bargain ahead of next season.
Nacho Monreal – Arsenal:
Spanish international left-back Nacho Monreal has had to play second fiddle to Kieron Gibbs for much of the season.
The 28-year-old joined Arsenal with a glowing reference from his time at Malaga, but in the 15 months spent in North London, he has yet to reproduce the exciting form he showed in La Liga.
Valencia already have an exciting young left-back themselves in Juan Bernat, but with his increasing talent displayed further up the pitch, Los Che may be more inclined to play him in his natural left-wing position next season.
Nacho Monreal would be an excellent addition for the Spanish club, and a possible early departure from the Emirates could give Arsene Wenger some more funds to improve other areas of his team.