Out of favour Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes has been offered a way out of his nightmare at Manchester United, with Turkish club Beskitas reportedly reaching a two year agreement with the Spanish goalkeeper in which he is expected to earn a sum of 2 million Euros per year, with the option of an extra year. Besiktas have freed up space for the 33 year old as reserve goalkeeper Cenk Gonen was sold to Galatasaray on Tuesday.
The 33 year old who was reported to be instrumental in Pedro’s move to Chelsea instead of Manchester United has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford after a breakdown of relationship between him and Louis Van Gaal.
Victor Valdes was tipped to be Manchester United’s first choice goalkeeper, before the arrival of Sergio Romero in the event of losing David De Gea to Real Madrid. However, the 33 year old’s refusal to play for the U-21 side is said to have angered Louis Van Gaal and has positioned the Spanish goalkeeper for an exit away from the club.
Victor Valdes has failed to make any match day squad this season and was left out of Manchester United’s pre season tour in U.S. Nevertheless, Victor Valdes will be extremely delighted that Beskitas have come to put an end to his misery at Old Trafford. it is understood that the 33-year-old will become the starting goalkeeper at Besiktas ahead of Tolga Zengin and will be hoping to aid the Black Eagles improve on their third place position of last season.