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Adil Rami and Jonas left off Valencia’s pre-season roster

by Tom Conn | Posted on Sunday, July 6th, 2014

Valencia have announced that both Adil Rami and Jonas has received special “permission” and have been excused from the start of the team’s pre-season activities on Monday with their arrival to be announced in due time, as speculation continues to mount that the due will leave the club in the coming days.

Adil Rami arrives back at Valencia for his disciplinary hearing

Valencia announced the itinerary for their first week of pre-season as they prepare for the upcoming 2014-15 campaign with medicals and other evaluations, but while their list contains a mix of new and veteran players, two names will not be attending Monday’s activities; Adil Rami and Jonas.

Valencia confirm the two players will not be attending and have been given permission for their absenses.

The club, according to reports, is still negotiating a permenant transfer of Adil Rami with AC Milan, while Jonas has been linked with a move back to Brazil.

The club didn’t give any details on why the duo will not be in attendance, but did also dismiss Joao Pereira, Ricardo Costa, Helder Postiga, Andres Guardado and Sofiane Feghouli, as they continue their holiday following the 2014 World Cup.

The list of players who will be on hand at the  Ciudad Deportiva de Paterna at 8:30am are as follows:

Vicente Guaita, Diego Alves, Vezo, Juan Bernat, Paco Alcácer, Nico Otamendi, Carles Gil, Javi Fuego, Pablo Piatti, Jonathan Viera, Barragán, Gayà, Éver Banega, De Paul, Fede, Jeremy Mathieu, Aly Cissokho, Víctor Ruiz, Míchel, Dani Parejo and Vinícius, while reserve players Dani Ramírez, Jaume and Robert Ibáñez will also take part in the pre-season activities before the squad heads to Germany on Wednesday afternoon.


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