He spent most of his professional career with Barcelona , and is regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the club’s history, having appeared in more than 500 official games for his club and won 21 major titles, notably six La Liga titles and three Champions League trophies.
A month ago the World Champion’s agent Gines Carvajal told the Evening Standard: “We are relying on Manchester United letting Victor go.
“The Premier League is very attractive, and Valdes want to stay because he has adapted perfectly to England, but we are not closing the door to any options.
“There are still two months until the transfer window opens and there is nothing concrete, but the intention is to leave Manchester United.”
The veteran stopper has played just two games for the club since his move from the Nou Camp and is now set to end his torrid time with Manchester United
Valdes won his first Spain cap in June 3, 2010, starting in a friendly between Spain and South Korea. He was part of the Spain squad that won the 2010 world Cup as well as the 2012 Euro’s although he didn’t play in either tournament as Casillas was the first choice goalkeeper.