Jose Gaya’s future at Valencia is still up in the air.He’s unsettled by the efforts of the previous two seasons, as well as concerns about a project that doesn’t seem to be going in any specific direction,
according to AS. He turns 26 next month and has a deal that runs until June 2023.
With Jordi Alba’s return to form and the club’s confidence in youth team player Alejandro Baldé,
who is set to be the team’s second-choice left-back next season, the chances of Barcelona signing him this summer are dwindling.
Atlético Madrid may return to the war. Cholo Simeone is a great fan of Gayà and has tried many times to convince him to join.
The left-back spot at Atleti remains empty, as Lodi has failed to persuade the coach during his two years at the club,
and the club lacks a natural left-sided defender to fill the position.
Gayà would be an ideal choice for the Metropolitano’s left-back spot if the Brazilian left.