Sevilla president Jose Castro has dismissed speculation that the club are interested in signing Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes.
Valdes has been ostracised at Old Trafford after falling out with Louis van Gaal, who has made the former Barcelona star train on his own at different times to the rest of the United squad.
The Spaniard is under contract with United until next summer, but the club are said to be willing to terminate that agreement, providing the 33-year-old does not join a domestic rival.
It led to Valdes being linked with Sevilla, but Castro insists the Andalusians are not in the market for another goalkeeper.
Valdes is not an option. We have no intention of finding goalkeeping cove,” Castro said.
“We have three or four players for that position and Sergio Rico is the one closest to keeping it for many years.
“If we have good keepers, we don’t have to go looking elsewhere for them.”
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