Vicente reveals offers
By Mark Kendall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The winger has developed into one of the continent's most coveted players over the past season and has added to his burgeoning reputation with a fine start for Spain at Euro 2004.
Valencia are determined to hang on to the 22-year-old, but Vicente revealed earlier in the week he felt massively undervalued by the Primera outfit after receiving their offer of a four-year contract extension.
The wide man is under contract at the Mestalla until 2007, but the terms proposed by the Che left him unhappy as they were reported to be a long way short of those of the club's top earners.
As a result of the player's public declaration of his anger, reports in Spain suggested that Manchester United and Juventus had stepped up their attempts to prise him from the Spanish outfit.
Vicente has now conceded that his agent Miguel Angel Cermeno has fielded several offers for his services, but insists - despite his problems - he will not be leaving Valencia, because of his affection for his hometown club.
"The only thing that I want is for Valencia to value me," he told Marca. "I don't think they have done that, and that's all.
"I want to stay for the three years left on my contract, and I am going to stay.
"My dream has always been to play for Valencia and I am staying, that is decided."
Asked whether he had received offers to leave Valencia, he continued: "I have already told some teams that I will not be moving.
"I have offers, but I have told all of them that I will not be leaving Valencia.
"Some very important teams have approached my agent Miguel Angel Cermeno, but nothing will be done."
Responding to his treatment by Valencia, he added: "It is clear that they do not value me.
"It makes no difference to me, I will continue playing for Valencia even though they do not value me.
"I will play for the three years I have left and then I will have to find another club.
"I do not care what everyone else (at Valencia) is earning, I only want them to value me for what I have done.
"The first offer they made me was ridiculous. Things have advanced since then, but not enough for me to feel valued."