Manchester United's Victor Valdes reportedly going nowhere this summer

At least one of Manchester United's goalkeepers will reportedly be staying put at Old Trafford this summer.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, Manchester United have no intention of parting company with Victor Valdes this summer despite alleged interest from Valencia.

The Spanish side are said to want the former Barcelona stopper ahead of their return to the Champions League, but the Mail claims United intend to keep Valdes next season, especially with David de Gea’s future remaining uncertain.

Valdes signed for United on a free transfer back in January but he had to wait until the penultimate game of the season to make his first-team debut, replacing De Gea when his countryman was injured against Arsenal.

Valdes went on to make his first start in the next match, away to Hull City, but it remains to be seen if United would have the 32-year-old as their number one if his countryman did move to Real Madrid as has been widely speculated.

If Valdes gets back to his best he could yet become an integral part of United’s side and manager Louis van Gaal will know that, so surely any and all rumours regarding the experienced ‘keeper can be swiftly dismissed for now.

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