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Alineación del Valencia CF: Guaita, Barragán, Rami, Mathieu, Guardado, Fuego, Éver, Feghouli, Fede, Canales, Postiga

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#SWANS: Vorm, Rangel ©, Chico Flores, Amat, Tiendalli, de Guzman, Canas, Pozuelo, Dyer, Michu, Bony. #VALvSWA

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Valencia close on Pabon deal

Valencia are closing in on the signing of Colombia striker Dorlan Pabon.

The 25-year-old has arrived in the Spanish city as he looks to put the finishing touches on his move from Mexican side Monterrey and, if all goes to plan, he will be presented by the Primera Division club on Wednesday.

A Valencia statement read: "Dorlan Pabon is already in Valencia. If the Colombian passes his medical, he will be official presented as new Valencia player tomorrow at 1930 (local time).

Los Che, who sold star striker Roberto Soldado to Tottenham this summer, are reportedly set to pay around 7.5million euros for the former Real Betis loan player.

Liverpool confirm Cissokho signing

Liverpool hope Cissokho will help them break into the top four. Credit: @LFC

Liverpool have today confirmed the signing of Aly Cissokho on a season-long loan from Valencia.

The French international full back is the club's fifth summer acquisition, following the signings of Iago Aspas, Luis Alberto, Simon Mignolet and Kolo Toure.

How do you think he'll get on? Let us know on Twitter @ITVFootball

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Spurs legend joins Valencia

Valencia have confirmed the signing of former Tottenham striker Helder Postiga from Real Zaragoza.

The 31-year-old has signed a two-year contract with Miroslav Djukic's side after completing a medical on Thursday.

Valencia have paid Zaragoza a reported 3million euros for the Portuguese forward, who scored 14 goals in 34 games last season, although that was not enough to prevent Los Blanquillos from being relegated.

The worst clash of kits in history?

Everton's Marouane Fellaini and Valencia's Victor Ruiz battle for the ball. Credit: PA

Everton's third and final game of their United States tour ended in a 1-0 defeat against Valencia.

Michel Herrero's second-half strike proved decisive at Miami's Sun Life Stadium, condemning the Toffees to a sixth-place finish at the eight-team International Champions Cup.

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