Valdes pleads publicly: Let me leave Manchester United

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Manchester United keeper Victor Valdes has tweeted a public message for his manager Louis Van Gaal.

The former Barcelona star fell out of favour with the Dutchman since his move to Old Trafford and has been made to train with the reserves.

With David De Gea’s future in doubt, Manchester United signed Sergio Romero and Valdes is now further down the pecking orders at Old Trafford.

The Spanish international is keen to leave Manchester United and get back to playing regularly. The World Cup winner was close to joining a Turkish side on deadline day but the move never materialised due to contractual alternations.

Valdes has now pleaded to the club with a public note asking for freedom.

The Manchester United keeper still a few months left on his current deal and he is keen to terminate the contract in order to join another club as a free agent.

Although it was reported earlier that Manchester United are willing to set to him free, it seems that might not be the case in reality.

Valdes’s public message on Twitter has planted serious doubts about Manchester United’s intentions regarding the player’s future.

Despite his row with Van Gaal, Valdes has acted with dignity and behaved as a true professional since his signing and perhaps it is time for Manchester United to reward his exemplary conduct off the pitch with a contract termination.

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