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Transfer Talk (January 2020)

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Club pull the plug on Aston Villa striker transfer - reports

Aston Villa striker Jonathan Kodjia has been linked with a move to Cardiff City in the January transfer window.

Kodjia’s deal expires in the summer and he has barely featured under Dean Smith in the Premier League this season.

Championship side Cardiff are among them but are now unlikely to move for Kodjia in the New Year, according to Wales Online.

The Bluebirds already have Robert Glatzel, Gary Madine, Isaac Vassell, Omar Bogle and Danny Ward as options upfront and boss Neil Harris is said to be more focused on trimming his squad in January rather than adding to it.

It is likely Villa will only cash in on Kodjia next month if they bring in another striker to support Wesley.

Source: Wales Online


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The proposed Chelsea transfer that could help Aston Villa land Pedro

Aston Villa’s luck could be in over reported target Pedro, with Chelsea supposedly targeting a move for Samuel Chukwueze.

According to a report from The Telegraph, the Blues are ready to splash the cash next month after having their transfer ban halved by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Link: The Telegraph


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London club among quartet keen to sign Villa speed machine, Smith may sell

Aston Villa attacker Andre Green has emerged as a target for four clubs led by Brentford ahead of January.

The blisteringly quick forward, 21, has entered the final six months of his contract at the Premier League club and his future is in major doubt.

Link: Football Insider


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Aston Villa are reportedly showing an interest in signing midfielder Danny Drinkwater on loan during the January transfer window.

According to Sky Sports , Villa are keen to bring in an experienced midfielder to act as cover for the injured John McGinn, with the Scotland international expected to be out until March with a fractured ankle. Drinkwater is currently spending the first half of the season on loan at Burnley from Chelsea, with his spell due to end on January 6.

Link: Sky Sports


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Let’s get premier league quality players in for a change !


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Aston Villa have reportedly made a €6 million bid for Besiktas' Domagoj Vida.

According to Turkish media outlet TRT Spor (via Sport Witness ), Dean Smith's side have tabled a £5.1m offer and the Istanbul club's board are mulling it over.

It is said that Vida's departure could hinge on Besiktas' chances of re-signing Marcelo, with the Brazilian defender potentially leaving French top tier side Olympique Lyon when the transfer window opens on Wednesday.

Source: TRT Spor


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Drinkwater has been loaned out by a club under a transfer embargo to a club that are struggling and still wont play him, I seem to remember reading one or two articles about him having an attitude problem so we are bound to sign him.

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42 minutes ago, dorset lion said:

Drinkwater has been loaned out by a club under a transfer embargo to a club that are struggling and still wont play him, I seem to remember reading one or two articles about him having an attitude problem so we are bound to sign him.

It is a tricky one. If someone can get the best out of him, they are onto a winner. The issue is the 60 minutes he has only played this season under Dyche. This is the same manager who has given plenty of out of favour players the chance to turn their career around but it hasn't worked out.

His career has completely taken a dive since he left Leicester. 


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44 minutes ago, avstu said:

It is a tricky one. If someone can get the best out of him, they are onto a winner. The issue is the 60 minutes he has only played this season under Dyche. This is the same manager who has given plenty of out of favour players the chance to turn their career around but it hasn't worked out.

His career has completely taken a dive since he left Leicester. 

I googled him after my last post because I couldn't remember the trouble he'd been in...Drinkwater by name not nature by the look of it.

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