New Scout Appointed For Aston Villa Ahead Of Transfer Window To Be Held In January

New Scout Appointed For Aston Villa Ahead Of Transfer Window To Be Held In January

Former Spanish international player Jaunfran has been reportedly appointed as the new club scout of Aston Villa. Juanfran, who is now 42 years old retired from professional football in the year 2016 after spending 6 years of life playing incessantly for La Liga an outfit of Levine, but more than other clubs, he is most remembered for his exceptional spell at the Celta Vigo. Juanfran was a very good player and gave some thrilling performances for his team while playing at Celta Vigo.

When he was playing in Vigo, he got the maiden call-up to the national squad of Spain for the Japan and South Korea World Cup which was to be held in 2002. While interacting with Marca, the sports newspaper of Spain, Juanfran said that he grabbed the opportunity immediately, without giving a second thought after he was contacted by one of his acquaintance who is at present the sporting director of Villa and his name is Jesus Garcia Pitarch and told the newspaper that it was an honor and privilege for him to work and play at such legendary club.

Regarding his appointment as the club scout, he said that “When I got in touch with the club, I was very excited and it is not an easy job, in fact, it is a great responsibility. I am very thankful to him for providing me with such an opportunity to work with Aston Villa because it means a lot to me as it will not only support my professionalism but will also support my personal career because we know each other very well from years and I owe a lot to him.”

His inclusion in the club will definitely add more value to the performance of the Aston Villa because of the experience he will bring in with him. So it will be interesting to see him as the scout of the club.

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