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Diego Alves says his last goodbyes to teammates in Valencia

17 Juillet 2017

Valencia confirm that they have sold experienced Brazilian goalkeeper Diego Alves to Flamengo ahead of the 2017-18 campaign.

The Brazilian penalty-saving specialist will join Dani Parejo as the pair look set to leave the club for low asking prices.

The move signals a return to his home country for the 32-year-old Alves after a decade long spell in Europe.

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But, Valencia released a brief statement on Sunday saying, "Valencia CF (Football Club) has concluded an agreement with CR Flamengo on Sunday for the final transfer of the rights of goalkeeper Diego Alves to the Brazilian club". He remained the club's number one despite the fact Valencia had two other top class keepers on their roaster with Maty Ryan, who moved to Bright and Hove Albion this summer, and Jaume Domenech.

Valencia are also reportedly keen to move on former Spain worldwide centre-forward Alvaro Negredo, 31, who has returned to Mestalla following a season on loan at Premier League club Middlesbrough and whose hefty salary reportedly does not fit within the Los Che board's budget.

Valencia have made some investments this summer, making Simone Zaza and Fabian Orellana's loan deals permanent as well as bringing in Serbian youth Nemanja Maksimovic from Kazakh side Astana.