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'We are hoping for replacements I was told would be coming in... but none have arrived': New Valencia boss Javi Gracia offers blunt assessment of club's transfer activity after losing FIVE key players so far this summer New Valencia boss Javi Gracia offered a blunt assessment of transfer window  The LaLiga side have lost five key players, with two going to the Premier League  Gracia said he was told there'd be replacements, but none of them have joined 

By Ieuan Ivett For Mailonline

Published: 15:31 BST, 11 September 2020 | Updated: 15:50 BST, 11 September 2020

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New Valencia manager Javi Gracia has offered a blunt assessment of his club's transfer window so far as he admitted he has a 'weaker squad'.

The former Watford boss was announced at Valencia back in July as he signed a two-year deal with the Spanish side.

Since his arrival, the club have lost five of their key players and not spent any money so far as they dealt with the financial hardships enforced on them by the coronavirus pandemic. 

New Valencia manager Javi Gracia offered a blunt assessment of his club's transfer activity

New Valencia manager Javi Gracia offered a blunt assessment of

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