However, there is a stumbling block so that the operation can come to fruition: the transfer formula. Valencia intends to include a purchase option at the end of the season, giving Madrid the possibility of including a repurchase option for the future. In the Bernabéu, however, they have transmitted to the che that in case of carrying out the operation they prefer that it be by a transfer without purchase option, since he is a player in whom they have a lot of confidence despite the fact that the physical problems have not allowed him to settle this course in Valladolid. Valencia has already tried several plants to cover the loss of Garay, although they have a big problem: Fair play just leave them room for movement. Your options are limited to an assignment, something that no First team is willing to do at this time of season. Therefore, if negotiations with Javi Sánchez do not come to fruition, your options would be reduced to looking at the Second Division market … Valencia has called Real Madrid to ask for the transfer of Javi Sánchez, a 22-year-old white central who is currently assigned to Valladolid. LaLiga, as happened to Barcelona in the case of Dembelé, allows Valencia can incorporate a player to cover Garay’s long-term leave. In the Bernabéu they see with good eyes this option, because first the injuries and then the emergence of Salisu have left Sanchez without room (he has only played 90 minutes). The third actor in this operation, Valladolid, will not put any fault. Ronaldo knows that in Madrid there is great discomfort because of the little prominence that the three white assigns in Zorrilla have had this season (Lunin, De Frutos and Javi Sánchez). The first two have already left (Oviedo and Ray, respectively), and the third could do so shortly. Nor in this case will Valladolid put problems to break the transfer, since they do not want to close the door to possible loans from Madrid in the future.