Mathieu Flamini is to go on trial with Spanish side Rayo Vallecano, as indicated by MARCA.
The Frenchman, who turned out for Arsenal, Marseille, and Milan in his profession, has been a free agent since the finish of the 2016/17 season when he was discharged by Crystal Palace.
Be that as it may, he could well come back with second-tier Rayo as he is to make a beeline for the club’s preparation ground for a trial, where he will hope to awe the manager Michel and acquire an agreement.
The 33-year old just made 10 Premier League appearances for Palace last season in the wake of battling with injury, however, a chance to come back to the amusement has landed, with eighth-placed Rayo a smidgen light in midfield this season.
Flamini isn’t getting more youthful yet he would touch base in Vallecas with an abundance of experience, with more than 400 professional appearances added to his repertoire.
One would think his energy for football is still there – after all, it’s not like he needs the cash. The Frenchman set up an organization called “GF Biochemicals” with business accomplice Pasquale Granata in 2008 and figures it could be worth up to £20 billion.
GF Biochemicals turned into the principal organization to mass create Levulinic Acid (LA), which could supplant oil in all structures as a substantially more environmentally friendly option.