Manchester United are enthused in the Football Transfer Tavern as their club have offered Barcelona’s former keeper, whose now a free agent, the chance to train at Carrington and allow him to rehabilitate after his horrific injury.
According to the Express, Louis van Gaal has shown his initiative heading into the January transfer window as he has confirmed that Victor Valdes will complete his recovery under the guidance of their medical staff before training with the first-team squad at Carrington.
Sadly for the 32-year-old he suffered a cruciate ligament injury, which ruled him out of the World Cup, and as he is nearing a recovery plenty of clubs were keeping tabs on his situation, including Liverpool who are set to miss out on his services.
And if it all goes according to plan and Valdes manages to get back to full fitness, then the Red Devils will have no qualms about linking up with the goalkeeper on a permanent basis.
United released a statement, saying: “Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has offered Victor Valdes a chance to complete his rehabilitation from a knee injury and to work his way back to fitness with the club.
“Valdes will have his recovery supervised by the United medical staff before training with the first team, as he bids to regain full fitness.”