Valencia looking for reinforcement in midfeilder

Valencia are supposedly in converses with sign midfielders Hernanes and Mario Suarez from Juventus and Watford separately. As per Superdeporte, Valencia have spent the most recent couple of hours pushing hard for the pair as they hope to strengthen a midfield that has been exhausted by the flights of Danilo Barbosa, Andre Gomes and Javi Fuego. Pako Ayestaran affirmed Los Che's enthusiasm for Suarez at a late Press meeting, where he told correspondents: "He's a demonstrated player, we'll check whether he or another person comes in." The daily paper includes both players meet Valencia's "monetary conditions", with season-long credits including buy alternatives lined up before their first session of the season against Las Palmas on Monday. Hernanes, 31, has shown up for Italian clubs Lazio, Inter and Juve, the last of whom are his officeholder club, and played 27 times for Brazil, including at the 2014 World Cup. Suarez, in the mean time, put in five years at Atletico Madrid, winning La Liga in 2014, preceding joining Fiorentina the previous summer and after that Watford, albeit neither one of the moves has demonstrated productive.