Valencia midfielder Sofiane Feghouli has the choice of Europe’s biggest clubs. Feghouli’s management team are in contact with Chelsea and Manchester United about a January move away.
The midfielder however also has fielded enquiries from Liverpool and has contact offers from Tottenham and Fernabache, which are both offering him £4 Million-a-year to leave the Mestalla.
Feghouli hasn’t ruled out staying with Valencia, where Coach Nuno is urging owner Peter Lim to offer him new terms. The pair met in Singapore last week to discuss transfer strategy. United boss Louis Van Gaal has joined the battle for Feghouli during the international break, believing the Algerian’s style of play suit his system.
He operates predominantly on the right, able to feature as a winger and a conventional midfielder; this would fit United coach Louis Van Gaal’s philosophy, as he looks for more rounded right sided player.
The 25 years Old is in the final year of is contract and he is yet to agree terms on new deal. The Algerian international moved from French side Grenoble in 2010 and he is one of the most sorts after free agents at the end of his current campaign. Paris St. German are also keen on to secure the player’s services as a replacement for Argentine international, Ezekiel Lavezzi.
Feghouli has played in France before for Grenoble before moving to Spain to feature for Valencia. United would have to make a move fast to secure his services; taking advantage of his contract situation.