The Valencia owner, his board and backroom staff are all at loggerheads and an internal implosion appears imminent.
After a decent season, the Singaporean businessman was expected to make funds available and help the team develop.
This year’s winners of Copa del Rey and qualification for the Champions League.
This marked a remarkable turn around from turmoil on the pitch of the not so distant past.
They should be getting ready for a season of breakout success. Instead, there is chaos and turmoil.
According to Marca, sporting director, Mateu Alemany, right-hand man, Pablo Longoria, and Manager Marcelino are all reportedly on the verge of resigning.
There is a dispute with Singaporean owner Peter Lim, in regard to transfers. Who is coming, who is going and more importantly the availability of funds.
Lim has been on the end of widespread criticism for some time now, from Los Che’s supporters.
Alemany, Longoria and Marcelino’s has threats to leave the club will not help that situation at all.
Valencia’s failure to secure a deal for Barcelona midfielder Rafinha has been a point of contention for both the manager and the fans.
As well as the frustration of not yet closing a deal fro defensive target Victor Laguardia
They see potential success but know it will take an investment to reach their goals.
Peter Lim’s idea of investment is apparently very different from everyone else’s at the club.
The word right now is that all transfer activity is on hold until the internal issues are resolved.
Valencia opening LaLiga game is at home to Real Sociedad on August 17.
There barely two weeks for Mr. Lim and his Valencia staff to sort this mess out.