Valencia striker David Villa has revealed he has made a decision on where his future lies next season. The former Sporting Gijon star - who netted 28 league goals last season - appeared set to become the third mega-money Real Madrid signing in a week following the Bernabeu outfit's bids for Kaka (£56 million) and Cristiano Ronaldo (£80 million). However, the deal has since stalled, with Premier League big hitters Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United all still hopeful of landing the Euro 2008 Golden Boot winner, as well as Spanish treble winners Barcelona. But the in-form front-man, who headed the only goal in Spain's 1-0 Confederations Cup win over Iraq on Wednesday, says he knows where he will be playing his football in 2009/10. "I have made my decision," he said after the victory that sealed the Spaniards' progress to the semi-finals of the competition. "My agent knows my wishes, and he is now working on that, so I am relaxed. "There is no deadline on the subject, and I really do not have any more details as this whole thing is not totally dependent on me." NEWS: Villa would only leave Spain for Liverpool NEWS: Torres tells Rafa: Go get Villa
17 June 2009
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