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Victor Valdes not coming to Espanyol, says Pau Lopez

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Alejandro Moreno question where Victor Valdes will land next, and Moreno feels his next best move may be back to La Liga.
Valdes is on the list of targets for United's Premier League rivals Liverpool and Chelsea as they weigh up bolstering their goalkeeping options.

Espanyol's current No. 1 Pau Lopez has dismissed rumours the Barcelona-city club are interested in signing former Barca goalkeeper and current Manchester United outcast Victor Valdes.

Valdes is sure to leave Old Trafford in the January transfer window, with his relationship with United manager Louis van Gaal having deteriorated completely.

The 33-year-old, three-time Champions League winner has been linked with many different clubs through recent months, including Besiktas, Sevilla and Newcastle,...

Espanyol sells 50 percent share of club to Chinese company Rastar

The Estadi Cornella-El Prat now has new co-owners in Chinese company Rastar.

Espanyol have announced that a Chinese company has bought more than 50 percent of the Spanish club's shares and will invest in the indebted team.

In a statement Espanyol thanked Rastar Group President Chen Yansheng for the decision to "strengthen the club."

Former club president Daniel Sanchez Llibre says he and other shareholders decided to sell their stakes in the club to Rastar Group.

Sanchez Llibre says Rastar has agreed to pay off the club's debts to Spain's tax office.

He says the sale "was...

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Espanyol set for Rastar Group takeover, Chinese company announces

Espanyol president Joan Collet poses at the Cornella-El Prat stadium.

A Chinese company has announced that it is to buy a majority stake in Espanyol and then invest up to €45 million.

The Rastar Group is set to buy a 56 percent stake in Espanyol after reaching an agreement in principle with the largest shareholders of the Spanish club, Daniel Sanchez Llibre and Ramon Condal.

Rastar announced on Monday that its Hong Kong unit will pay €78 per share, in a deal valued between €143m and €178m.

According to Reuters, Rastar said in a Chinese filing...