Aston Villa linked with England star as updates appear on three transfer targets

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Are the internationals coming?

Jack Grealish will look to pledge his long-term future at Aston Villa and suspend his transfer to Manchester United admirers if, finally, he is selected for England ahead of Gareth Southgate’s announcement on Tuesday 1 September.

This is the verdict of Tony Daley, former wizard of the Villa Wing, who said: “If he is chosen for England, he might think that it is better to stay with Villa, where he is installed and play every week. ”

Southgate will name his England squad midweek for upcoming Nations League trips to Iceland and Denmark and, according to Daley, a call could simply persuade Villa’s main man – valued at £ 80million – to stay in his childhood club.

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Tempt the Bhoys

Celtic forward Odsonne Edouard is Aston Villa’s priority summer signing with Dean Smith set to deposit a record-breaking £ 30million bid, according to The Sun.

The 22-year-old, who played 86 minutes for the Hoops in Saturday’s 1-0 win over Dundee United, is reportedly top of Villa’s shopping list and it’s the Midlands club that come first with Crystal Palace, Leicester and, to a lesser extent, Arsenal all keep an eye on the French striker.

Edward slammed 40 goals at home in 50 Scottish Premiership starts for Neil Lennon’s side after his £ 10million trade two summers ago. Last season he scored 28 goals in all competitions while, this campaign, he’s out of place with four of four, including a first-day treble against Hamilton.



Injury News

No.1 goalkeeper Tom Heaton has excluded himself from Aston Villa’s opening three Premier League appearances as he continues to recover from a torn knee ligament last season.

The 34-year-old tore his anterior cruciate ligament on New Years Day at ex-club Burnley, excluding him from Villa’s Premier League run.

Fortunately, with the loan of Pepe Reina, Dean Smith’s side managed to survive the last day of the campaign in West Ham last month.



Aston Villa’s Tom Heaton reacts with injury

Come back to that

Aston Villa has set their sights on Ollie Watkins to add a new offensive boost to Dean Smith’s side.

Villa struggled to score goals last season, Wesley scored five times before getting injured and Mbwana Samatta has only found the net once in the top flight after arriving in January.

22-year-old Keinan Davis has also walked through the countryside without adding a Premier League strike to his name.

Watkins was on fire in the championship, scoring 26 goals as Brentford fell to the final hurdle in his bid for promotion.

Go elsewhere

Aston Villa survival hero Pepe Reina has found a new club and after three years he looks set to play Champions League football again.

The Spanish veteran has – according to Sky Sports in Italy – signed a two-year contract at Lazio following a deal with AC Milan.

The 37-year-old had 12 months to sign his contract with San Siro but, having played second and third violins since arriving in 2018, he secured a transfer to the Rome giants.

A return to her homeland and cash-strapped Valencia was on the cards, but Reina opted to join Lazio who finished fourth in Serie A last season – 12 points and two places above Milan.




And bon nick

Tom Heaton believes Dean Smith is in good hands and said of the club’s goalkeepers: “It’s a strong department. ”

Heaton, 34, has been ruled out of Villa’s first three matches against Sheffield United, Fulham and Liverpool as his recovery from ligament injuries to his knee continues.

The England goalkeeper has been out since January 1 and was hoping for a return to action on the first day of the new 20/21 campaign. However, in an interview with Villa TV, the No.1 detailed how he will be out until Leicester on October 17 at the earliest.



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How the earth is found

Aston Villa transfer target Milot Rashica will play for Werder Bremen for the first time at the German club’s pre-season camp in Austria.

The 24-year-old winger missed Wednesday’s game against LASK with an apparent kidnapper injury as, before heading to Werder’s Zell am Ziller training base, he was excluded from Florian Kohfeldt’s 22-man squad, who confirmed: “We have mutually decided not to use Rashica due to the possible situation of a transfer. ”

There has been a lot of back-and-forth regarding the Kosovar’s transfer position, with Villa seemingly reaching the Werder’s asking price of £ 22.5million. Rashica, however, has apparently decided to move on to longtime contenders RB Leipzig to pursue his dream of playing Champions League football, but Leipzig remains reluctant to meet Werder’s price demand.

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The race is on

Eberechi Eze, the Queens Park Rangers winger in whom Aston Villa has been credited with his interest, has demanded the attention of a number of Premier League clubs.

Eze had a great individual campaign for the Hoops last season; he finished with 14 goals and eight assists in 48 games, including an astonishing one when QPR drew 2-2 at the Hawthorns last month.

He has been valued at £ 20million and Sky Sports have claimed Fulham are the club most likely to meet Rangers’ demand.



Ready in sight?

Aston Villa winger Jota has reportedly attracted interest from clubs in his native Spain.

Jota, 29, signed a two-year contract at Villa when he arrived at rivals Birmingham City’s club last summer, in a deal in which Gary Gardner was heading in the opposite direction, and he is therefore heading for the last year of his current treat.

The Spaniard only made 14 appearances in all competitions for Villa last season, including just four at the start of the Premier League.

Things got off to a good start, when he prepared Wesley for the opening goal of the win against Everton last August, but as boss Dean Smith turned to Anwar El Ghazi and Trezeguet in the wider areas, the influence de Jota in the team fell and he struggled. to claim regular minutes.



Gaetong Bong from Brighton and Hove Albion tackle Jota from Aston Villa

Enhancement?

Aston Villa have been linked with a mind-boggling move for England international and Atletico Madrid right-back Kieran Trippier.

The defender, who made 33 appearances in all competitions under Diego Simeone for Atleti last season as the Spanish capital club reached the Champions League quarter-finals, is still highly regarded by the England boss and former Villa Gareth Southgate defender and still has two. years to run on his current contract.

Dean Smith, however, wants to strengthen his team’s right backcourt ahead of new campaign, says The Telegraph; the Villa boss was able to call on Frédéric Guilbert and Ahmed Elmohamady in this particular area last season, but with injuries wreaking havoc Ezri Konsa slipped right before the campaign ended and impressed .

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