June 19, 2024

Aston Villa get their man as 18 y/o now set to undergo medical

Transfer insider Fabrizio Romano said that Aston Villa is gradually progressing through the market and is now almost certain to reveal their first acquisition of the month following a recent development.

While some nations may follow a different calendar than the Premier League, January can be a taxing month for many teams hoping to do early business as teams worldwide try to cling onto their key players at the halfway point of the season. Big top flight arrivals have yet to happen this month, and Unai Emery’s team is not an exception. This is evident in the fact that the Villars have not yet made any announcements on new signings.

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But the Villans are reported to be looking for more players, and according to FootballTransfers, Giovanni Reyna, an offensive midfielder for Borussia Dortmund, has become available in the West Midlands. With his arrival to Signal Iduna Park, Jadon Sancho’s future in Germany is now uncertain. Sebastien Kehl, the sports director of Borussia Dortmund, has already admitted that the US international might not be happy with his current circumstances at the team.

“Gio had a difficult time and was often injured,” he said. The lineup we have in the middle makes it difficult. It makes sense that he might not be happy right now. However, it’s also critical that he apply more pressure.”

West Ham United is reportedly keeping an eye on Norwich City attacker Jonathan Rowe, an England Under-21 player, who is reportedly on Emery’s wishlist for a transfer. According to transfer guru Romano, white smoke has now appeared as Aston Villa is almost finished with their first acquisition of the January window.

Prior rumors stated that after pursuing the 18-year-old for a substantial amount of time, Aston Villa was nearly certain to buy Red Star Belgrade full-back Kosta Nedeljkovic for a price of slightly less than €9 million.

Romano has now provided an exciting update on his prospective arrival and has given the Serbian defender the famous “here we go” treatment, signalling that he will indeed put pen to paper to join the Villans after his medical is completed, before returning to his homeland to see out the rest of the campaign.

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