Munir, Eliaquim Mangala, Mario Suarez to leave Valencia at end of loan deals

Valencia have confirmed they will allow Munir El Haddadi, Eliaquim Mangala and Mario Suarez to return to their respective clubs after their loan spells came to an end.

Clauses written into the deals agreed last summer give Valencia the option to sign Barcelona striker Munir for €12 million and Manchester City defender Mangala for €18m.

It was never confirmed how much a similar clause in the deal which saw Watford midfielder Suarez join on a season-long loan is worth, but Valencia director general Mateu Alemany says they won't be pursuing him anyway.

"We're talking about a lot of things and we will talk to the players we don't need anymore," Alemany said at the presentation of new coach Marcelino on Tuesday.

"But if they are players who are on loan it's easier to let them go. If any of the loans interest us we will see the conditions. But we're not going to keep to [the conditions] which were in the contracts, that is for sure."

Former Villarreal manager Marcelino, who takes over at Mestalla on a two-year deal, declined to talk about the possibility of keeping any of the trio on.

"I am not going to make any individuals assessments," he said. "I have to be respectful and discreet, so now is not the time for me to look back and make assessments. They may be unfair, so I will avoid speaking."

Spain international Munir, 21, scored six goals in 22 starts in La Liga and will return to Barcelona where the Catalan club's new manager will have the final say on his future.

City's Mangala started 30 league games for Valencia but is unlikely to be handed a chance by Pep Guardiola back in Manchester, while Suarez has not featured since February and is expected to be on the move again this summer.