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Valencia are blessed to have two keepers who can pull off world-class displays: Diego Alves and Vicente Guaita.
Alves had a meteoric start to the season but has since declined.
Yes, it's a small sample size, but Vicente Guaita's saves per goal conceded is 3.7, and he has a 78.6 save percentage—bettering La Liga's best keeper this season in Willy Caballero.
Guaita is also comfortable when in possession, completing 66.7 percent of passes in La Liga, which is 4.7 percent more accurate than Víctor Valdés.
Bleacher Report La Liga columnist Michael Cerna said (via B/R):
All the talk has been about David de Gea since his move to Manchester, but Vicente Guaita is the best Spanish keeper at 25-years-old or younger.
His save percentage was the best in La Liga last year and one of the tops in Europe. His shots saved per game also ranks among the best in the business.
Vicente would be the smart pick to replace Víctor Valdés.
Whilst Barcelona are looking for a No. 1, they should start scouting centre-backs.
Mats Hummels, Angelo Ogbonna, Timm Klose and Philipp Wollscheid are all viable candidates.
Kurt Zouma and Bruno Martins Indi are two up and comers with world-class upside.
Follow up on Matthias Ginter and Terence Kongolo when they return from long-term injuries.
Barça should always look to improve, so this means no more makeshift centre-backs.
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