Valencia-based newspaper Superdeporte claims that Argentine midfielder Rodrigo De Paul could be leaving Mestalla in the winter.
The 21-year-old has been frozen out by new coach Nuno Espirito Santo and he has played just over 10 minutes of football in almost two months.
This is enough to suggest that De Paul could express his desire to leave Valencia in January, especially considering that los Che plan to recruit few more attack-minded footballers.
Finding a new club is unlikely to prove a problem for the Argentine, considering that French giants Marseille have taken a keen interest in his services.
AC Milan and Benfica are also keeping close tabs on the talented footballer, whose relatively short spell with the La Liga side appears to be drawing to a close.
Rodrigo De Paul left Racing Club de Avellaneda to sign with Valencia in the summer of 2014, but he has since started just eight La Liga fixtures.