The veteran full-back has spent a decade at Manchester United but he will seek pastures new once his deal expires at the end of the season.
Manchester United captain Antonio Valencia has appeared to confirm his Old Trafford exit with a post on his Instagram page. The Ecuador international is approaching 10 years as a United player and has racked up six major honours at the club, including two Premier League titles.
Despite recovering from a knee injury, Valencia has featured just once for the Red Devils in 2019 and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suggested this month that the winger-cum-full-back will not be offered a new contract.
Valencia has previously remained quiet on his United future, but he has now all but confirmed his imminent departure by uploading a photo of the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand on his page, accompanied with a "Thank you" caption.
José Mourinho named Valencia club captain ahead of the 2018-19 season, but he was criticised by the Portuguese for his lack of fitness during the pre-season tour of the United States and has been used just eight times in all competitions during this injury-plagued campaign.
Valencia, a £16m signing from Wigan Athletic in June 2009, has made a total of 338 appearances for United and scored 25 times.