This summer, the Aston Villa has been associated with a move for Sean Clare. The 21-year-old midfielder has spent season’s first half on loan at League One Gillingham, but he was recalled by Owls boss Jos Luhukay in January. The Midfielder made plays his first match for Wednesday at rivals Sheffield United in their goalless draw and then he went on to open the scoring opposite Villa, when the blues and claret ultimately succeed 4-2 in February at Hillsborough back
The manager of the team Luhukay handed him his breakthrough into the very first team, but Clare turned down the new contract offer. Now, according to the reports, he is set to sign for Swansea City who has piped Leeds United and Villa to his signature. According to information, Clare met with the manager of Swansea Graham Potter last week and had talked with him and is now he is all set to sign a contract with the club.
Aston Villa is reportedly making transfer moves already in order to take advantage of exciting talents available. The club has been linked with Liverpool winger Harry Wilson. The youngster played the second half of the recently concluded season at Hull City, impressing that Villa want to lure him from their Championship rivals.
Wilson played 14 times, scoring seven times. Huddersfield Town, and Leeds are also believed to be interested in the player. Hull City want him to remain for next term but they are also aware of the competition in place due to his performances, like the ten goal thriller against Bristol City.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman says he still needs an extra hand in his squad’s attack as The Toffees prepare for a season many believe the coach has to prove he was worthy of the job in the first place.
After being in charge of first, Ajax then later Southampton, Everton’s decision to appoint the Dutch man rests firmly in the fact that although the fortunes of finishing at a higher position of the EPL log haven’t shined much since they turned their backs on David Moyes’ conservative style of football, after the Scot turned his on his way to Old Trafford, maintaining a progressive cum entertaining brand of play remains a priority.
Since losing an energetic RomeluLukaku to Manchester United and having home boy Wayne Rooney move the other way, The Toffees still remain shy of a durable top striker.
Even if big Wayne took the step to join them and help out as much as he can, the laws of nature clearly holds that his reduced pace makes it hard for Everton to throw all poaching duties on his shoulders. For all we know Rooney is at the stage where MLS football suits his physique and fitness the most. (more…)
Although Gareth Bale was forced to watch from the bench, his team mates ensured that the Wales international was going to lift his third Champions League trophy four years into his career as a Galatico.
The Welsh joined the star studded Madrid side after his unbelievable transformation from the left full back side of the then Harry Reddknap-led Spurs to an efficient winger and a more rounded one during his last season under an Andre Villas Boas-overseen squad.
In moving to Real Madrid for a world record fee, the prospect of being on the bench was hardly going to cross his head as even the club chief Florentino Perez was a strong opponent to such scenarios.
His injury during the second half of the just concluded season offered a chance for a Spaniard who arrived at the club on the same summer as theWelsh – Isco – to have a consistent run of games. The former Malaga man constantly lacked such and, until Bale’s misfortune opened doors for him, was closer to exiting Santiago Bernabeu than current want-away James Rodriguez.
With James and town prodigy Morata at the verge of freeing up spaces in the star-clustered side, Isco is reportedly said to have extended his stay with Los Meringues. (more…)
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. (more…)
Former Premier League side Aston Villa lost their encounter against English Championship side Nottingham Forest 2-1 over the weekend, further denting their chances of regaining top flight status at the end of May.
Villa took the lead first but lost their edge, losing to the hosts with ten men on the pitch. Jonathan Kodjia curled a shot into the home team’s net in the 19th minute. However, the home team ensured they did not end the half without equalizing the scoreline.
Jamie Ward sent in a good effort that Villa shot stopper Sam Johnstone stopped but spilled allowing Britt Assombalonga tap in the equalizer three minutes from the end of the first half.
Villa manager Steve Bruce thought the game would end 1-1 as they held unto the scoreline after losing Jack Grealish in the 78th minute. He was obviously weakened by the late winner for Forest as 17-year-old Ben Brereton scored in injury time. (more…)