An update on the fifteen players to leave Vale Park as eight of them find new clubs during the summer.
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Former Oldham Athletic winger Cristian Montano was signed by manager Michael Brown in the summer of 2017. He was converted to left-back by Brown’s successor Neil Aspin with some success.
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The Scottish Sun newspaper says that Port Vale’s Cristian Montano could move to a Scottish club in the summer.
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