Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Middlesbrough Goalkeepers Victor Valdes And Brad Guzan Leave

Middlesbrough goalkeepers Victor Valdes and Brad Guzan are both set to leave the relegated English Premier League club.
Middlesbrough have announced that goalkeeper Victor Valdes has left the club "by mutual consent".

The 35-year-old goalie joined from Manchester United last summer and managed to make 28 appearances for Boro during the season.
A statement read: "Goalkeeper Victor Valdes will officially leave the club at the end of June. Valdes's contract has been terminated by mutual consent."
The former Barcelona man has been linked with a return to his home country and is expected to make a move to a La Liga side this summer.

Guzan, 32, had already agreed to join MLS side Atlanta United in January.

Boro also announced the departure of their head of recruitment Victor Orta, while striker Alvaro Negredo posted a message of thanks to the club's fans as his loan from Valencia came to an end.
"I go with the sadness of leaving the club in a place it doesn't deserve and with the certainty that you will go back where you belong, the Premier League," he wrote on Twitter.
Middlesbrough are yet to appoint a permanent manager, with former assistant Steve Agnew having taken temporary charge following the sacking of Aitor Karanka in March. 

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