Valencia, 33, has made 338 appearances for the Red Devils since arriving from Wigan Athletic, but just five this Premier League season. He also 94 caps for the Ecuador national team.
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The report also notes interest from West Ham United and the Chinese Super League, but says an MLS team has made him a two-year offer. He was recently rumored to have drawn the interest of Arsenal.
You’d have to think it’s a Designated Player deal, and that it’s a team who will use him at his former position of right wing (or at least as a right mid).
For what it’s worth, Valencia already has his own page on MLSSoccer.com. Spoiler alert: It’s not worth much, because the MLS page also has pages for Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, and all-time XI defender Fabricio Coloccini.