Los Che have endured a difficult 2015/16 season in which they’ve fallen from Champions League qualification into a relegation battle.
Manchester United hero Gary Neville was recently axed as the Mestalla outfit’s manager, but dropping to the second tier remains a genuine fear, with Valencia just six points clear of the dreaded bottom three with seven games to play.
Despite their currently plight, Parejo, 26, has performed will in league action, with his six goals making him the team’s second highest scorer, and reports claim that Liverpool are keen to profit from the change in fortunes at the club with an £8m move for him.
The silky playmaker is known for his neat passing, willingness to get forward and delivery from set pieces.
He’s spent his entire career in Spain, aside from a brief spell on loan at QPR in 2008/09.