Aston Villa has been hit by the financial fair play penalty, and it is believed that the manager will only be given £1million in order to build a team that can push for promotion.
Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce has been informed of the decision after a meeting with the owners, and it appears that the club will have to be respecting strict guidelines imposed by the football association.
The club will have to generate cash for transfer by selling current players, and Steve Bruce has been informed of the decision of the owners.
It is believed that the manager will be given a fixed amount of money to secure loan deals only and that the only way he can manage to sign new players will be to sell.
Steve Bruce said that he is disappointed with this situation, but he said that he would need to find a ways to strengthen the team. He said that Aston Villa has been put into this situation because of poor financial management and that they will need to find a solution to this problem.
He said that the objective of the team has not changed for next season and that they will want to secure promotion to the Premier League. He believes that there is enough quality in the team at the moment and they will need to sign a few players to bolster the squad.
It is believed that the manager has already identified some players that he would want to sell after becoming disappointed with their performance last season. This will allow him to raise some money to purchase some better players that will allow him to mount a team capable of pushing for promotion in the Premier League.
Bruce believes that next season will be an exciting one for the club.