Back in November, Stretty News reported that Slovakian youngster Martin Svidersky was ready to leave Manchester United in hope of pursuing first team football.
The U23s player had rejected a contract offer from Manchester United and he can leave as a free agent at the end of the season.
Svidersky joined United’s academy in April 2018 from Slovakian team Tatran Presov, progressing through the ranks, but has not been able to break into the first team.
Stretty News understands that contract talks between Svidersky and United have stalled, which has led the youngster’s representatives to discuss potential offers across Europe, with interest from Spain gathering pace.
A source close to the situation claims that La Liga duo Valencia and Villarreal, as well as Almeria in the second tier of Spanish football, are considering a move for the midfielder.
However, while moving to Spain may seem preferable to Svidersky, there is also a chance he could move to Germany amid interest from Frankfurt and Hoffenheim.
Atalanta and Napoli are known to be admirers in Italy, but at least the 19-year-old will have plenty of options.
Whatever happens we would like to wish Svidersky the best with his career.