The Ukrainian forward has not yet played for the new team
Head coach Valencia Ruben Baraja spoke about the team’s newcomer Roman Yaremchuk and his preparation for the match of the 5th round of the Spanish Championship against Atlético.
“Yaremchuk trained well. He doesn’t seem to have enough playing time even though he played for the national team,” Baraja said.
Yaremchuk started for the Ukrainian national team in the match with England (1:1) and spent 65 minutes on the field. The forward started the match with Italy (1:2) on the bench, coming on as a substitute in the 58th minute.
Roman moved to Valencia on the last day of the summer transfer window on loan from Bruges. The Ukrainian was included in the lineup for the Bats match against Alaves, which took place on September 2 (0:1), but did not take the field.
Valencia is in 11th place in La Liga with 6 points. In the next round on September 16, Baraja’s team will host Atlético.
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