Manchester City are set to add another gifted Spaniard to their swelling ranks of talent at the CFA with a move for Villarreal forward German Valera, Alan Nixon reports for The Sun.
Valera is a 16-year-old striker who represents Spain at under-17s level and is considered one of Spanish football’s brightest prospects.
According to his agency Promoesport, Valera is a left-footer who has ‘broken all barriers’ and developed at an astonishing rate, which led to him being called up for Spain’s U-17 team when just 15, a considerable rarity in the Spanish system.
His style is described as ‘explosive and intelligent’ and that has clearly alerted Man City’s talent-spotters.
In addition to training a host of talented local lads, with many call-ups across the England youth ranks, City are constantly scouring the globe for the best young talent to add to the flourishing City Football Academy – and it looks like German Valera could be the newest one.
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