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Antonio Valencia weighs up MLS move

Manchester United right back Antonio Valencia is considering a move to the Major league soccer ( MLS ), when his contract with the red devils expires.

Valencia, 33, is out of contract at Manchester United at the end of the season, and with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer deciding against offering the Ecuadorian a new contract, Valencia is certain to leave the club.

Reports claim the right back has offers from Inter Milan and Westham, while Valencia’s dad had revealed in an interview, the 33-year-old would have an offer from the MLS as per reports from Metro Ecuador.

Valencia has made just eight appearances for Manchester United in the season ( including just five in the Premier League ) following series of injuries which saw Diogo Dalot and Ashley Young completely phase the right back out of the team sheet.

Antonio Valencia is now set to end his ten-year stay at Old Trafford, which saw him multiple trophies, including two Premier league titles and a Europa League trophy. And in which he featured for the senior squad in 338 professional matches scoring 24 goals and providing 62 assists.

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