Struggling Premier League sides Fulham and Newcastle United are eyeing a move for Manchester United outcast Antonio Valencia before the end of this winter transfer window.
The Sun claim that the Red Devils are open to the idea of Valencia leaving the club in this current transfer market.
Antonio Valencia can leave the club on loan or for free with Fulham and Newcastle United keen on a move for him.
Fulham could be his next destination after the Cottagers missed out on their top transfer target.
Recently retired Super Eagles player Victor Moses has joined Turkish Super Lig giants Fenerbahce from Chelsea.
Moses signed for the sleeping Turkish heavyweights on an 18-month loan deal until the end of next season.
Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri is keen to boost his team defensively and a move for Antonio Valencia could go a long way to achieve that.
Newcastle United are also interested in a move for the Ecuadorian international but only on a free transfer.
Antonio Valencia is the longest serving player in the Manchester United but he has been on fringes of the first team this season as he has struggled for form and fitness but a move away from Old Trafford could reignite his career.