Valencia coach Javier Bordalas was coy about his future ahead of their clash with Athletic Bilbao today.
Bordalas has hinted he wants to see his squad improved this summer if he is to stay.
He said, “This press conference is not about my future. I have a contract with Valencia CF and my plan is to be at Valencia CF next season. As I said, there are things to improve. This season, despite reaching the Copa del Rey final, we haven’t been able to fight for the European places. Valencia CF are a club that must fight for European spots.
“We are clear that there must be players who leave, but we will have to see who comes in. Players of Valencia CF’s level must come in. We will also have to see what happens with players who maybe have to go out on loan.”
“I am being blunt. The squad must be improved, because Valencia CF must fight to be among the best. If you get weakened every year, then you are going to find it difficult to be among the best. I have a contract, but the reality is what it is.
“We had a meeting and the club informed me that they needed to sell players. The club also understand that they must bring in Valencia CF-level footballers.”
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