Valencia goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili has insisted his future will be resolved soon as Newcastle United push to sign him.

The goalkeeper has been speaking in an interview this week, relayed by Marca, about his future amid reports Newcastle are pushing to get him signed before Euro 2024.

Reports in Spain, followed quickly by claims in England, have made it clear that Newcastle have the Valencia goalkeeper as a serious target this summer.

They’re locked in talks with the Spanish side over a deal for the goalkeeper, who has and asking price of around €40m, a fee the Magpies appear reluctant to pay.

All indications are that a deal will be struck, though, with Valencia already tying up a replacement and Marca reporting that they have another free agent, Juan Soriano, in their eyeline to further bolster their goalkeeping options.

It all depends on Newcastle striking an agreement with Valencia first, but the belief is that will come at some point soon, and Mamardashvili has hinted as much too, insisting his future will be resolved in the near future.

“My future will be very clear very soon,” Marca reporting him saying in an extensive interview carried out in his homeland this week.

“Now I don’t think about anything else, because I have an important tournament ahead of me with the Georgia team. Valencia is my home. They gave me a football career.

“My transfer to Bayern was almost done last summer. My agent visited Munich with my father to look for a house. But as far as I know, they refused to pay €35m for me.”