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Valdes reiterates Barca stance

Victor Valdes has reiterated his stance on his Barcelona future, saying that he still plans to leave the club next summer.

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Victor Valdes: Barcelona goalkeeper is still planning to leave next summer

Victor Valdes: Barcelona goalkeeper is still planning to leave next summer

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The 31-year old goalkeeper has spent his entire professional career with the Spanish champions, although speculation has surrounded his future, with PSG, Monaco, Arsenal and Manchester City all linked with a move upon the expiry of his contract.

Valdes has one year remaining on his current deal at the Nou Camp, but he says he expects to see out the remainder of this season before heading for the exit next summer.

"Always I am a professional," Valdes told reporters following Saturday's 3-2 win over Sevilla.

"I have spoken with the club without problems but my choice has not changed - I am happy for this season and after, I leave.

"I do not need to add more quotes."

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