Antonio Valencia has been clubless since summer, but now he has found his new home. The former Manchester United captain has signed a contract with Club Queretaro FC.

The 35-year-old Ecuadorian most recently appeared for LDU Quito in his home country of Ecuador, where he switched to in 2019 after many years at Manchester United.

He featured in a total of 339 matches for the English big club, and to that he contributed with 23 goals and 56 assists for "The Red Devils."

Before that, he once played for the English side, Wigan, where he managed to play 89 matches.