Javi Gracia has been reportedly identified by Valencia as their priority target as they are biding to appoint a new manager.
Despite splitting the business with six matches left with Albert Celades, Valencia was only able to finish ninth in La Liga, resulting in the European football team losing out on it.
Club officials aim to secure the services of a new permanent boss as soon as possible, with Voro still temporarily in charge. Former Watford boss Gracia is set to be named as next Los Che manager in the coming days.
The 50-year-old has been out of work since being sacked by the Hornets in September, breaking a streak of 25 wins from 66 games in charge.
Gracia hasn’t managed in La Liga since ending his spell in 2016 at Malaga.