Bryan Gil is being one of the men most used by Bordalás since his landing last winter and he has already accumulated 559 minutes. The coach from Alicante has made it clear what his preferences are and is pressuring the club to try to ensure the permanence of the one from Barbate next season.
Right now, as we have been able to know in TodoFichajes, the operation would be totally unfeasible for the Valencian coffers. From London they want to recover at least the €25M invested last summer, a figure that they could only assume if they make money with players like Maxi Gómez or Guedes.
However, Valencia would be evaluating the option of requesting another transfer, including a purchase option with which to defer the investment, something that could give a thread of hope to the purchase of the Andalusian.