Spanish elite club, Valencia is putting all its players up for sale in a bid to balance the books.
This move has attracted the attention of Premier League clubs and others in Europe.
Already, Ferran Torres, is one of the most high-profile player to leave the club. Manchester City snapped him for £37million. Many other players are now expected to follow suit.
New coach, Javi Gracia, who was appointed in July, was told that any of his players could be sold.
Valencia is feeling the effects of lost revenue after playing out the season behind closed doors due to Covid-19 .
The team will miss out on the lucrative Champions League football for the first time in three years next season after finishing ninth in the Spanish top league . They suffered a run of just two wins in 15 matches earlier this year, crashing out of this season’s Champions League at the round of 16 stage.