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Antonio Valencia is a winger currently on the books of Manchester United. Before his move to Old Trafford in 2009, Antonio played for Wigan Athletic, where he spent three years after impressing at the 2006 World Cup finals. He started his career at Caribe Junior before moving to Ecuadorian powerhouses El Nacional, and over the next three years performed well enough to earn a move to Villarreal in Spain, who in turn loaned him out to Recreativo Huelva, where he immediately became an integral part of a team which would go on to win promotion. Antonio's displays at the 2006 World Cup as a relative newcomer to the Ecuador team earned him rave reviews and at the end of the competition he was heading to England to sign for Wigan. He continued to display his brand of direct and rapid wing play with an eye for goal and signed a three and a half year deal to stay at the club in January 2008, but 18 months later Antonio moved to Old Trafford, where he enjoyed an impressive debut season on the right flank. A serious ankle injury ruled him out for much of 2010-11, but he returned towards the end of the season in superb form and played a key role as the Reds clinched their record 19th League title. Now a senior member of the Ecuador squad, he has won more than 40 caps. © 2011 - PFA Player Profiles
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