Here are the main topics of conversation at Villa Park.
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Tottenham say to complete Villa move
Tottenham Hotspur fans have responded to claims Aston Villa want a move for midfielder Harry Winks.
The Telegraph reported on Wednesday that Villa is monitoring Winks’ situation at Spurs as AS Roma continue to be linked with a move for Douglas Luiz.
New Roma boss Jose Mourinho is said to be a Douglas admirer with a move for Arsenal’s Granit Xhaka which has yet to materialize with the player still involved in the Euro 2020 action after Switzerland beat the France earlier this week.
Douglas is unlikely to leave Villa Park, but whatever happens to the Brazil international, Villa sporting director Johan Lange has signaled he is considering reinforcements in the midfield.
‘Door open’ for Arsenal transfer
Former Villa boss Alex McLeish believes the ‘door is still open’ for his former team to complete a move for Arsenal starlet Emile Smith Rowe.
Villa are keen to bring Smith Rowe to the second city and have submitted two offers to Arsenal, the most recent worth £ 30million.
Smith Rowe is out of contract in a few years and Arsenal are keen to tie him to new terms.
Villa was not put off, however, and wants to sign the player.
Complete piece HERE.
Liverpool double linked switch
Liverpool have been credited with an interest in two Villa players as Jurgen Klopp looks to revamp his squad this summer.
The Reds are looking to make some adjustments after a dismal Premier League campaign that saw them hand their 2019-20 winners crown back to Manchester City.
Liverpool rallied after a poor start to the season which saw Villa make history by beating Klopp’s side 7-2 at Villa Park in October.
That night, Ollie Watkins scored a hat-trick and, according to Goal, he’s a Liverpool player ‘like’.
Neville makes Grealish’s prediction
Gary Neville predicted England’s roster for Saturday’s Euro 2020 quarter-final against Ukraine in Rome – and that’s more disappointment for Jack Grealish fans.
Villa’s talisman has only made one start in the tournament so far, in the group final against the Czech Republic, scoring the only goal of the game.
He came off the bench with 20 minutes to go against Germany on Tuesday with wonderful effect, having a hand in Raheem Sterling’s opening goal and then a cross for Harry Kane to come home in the deciding second game.
His impact saw Gareth Southgate’s demand to play him early on intensified, although the manager has shown throughout the tournament that he will not be swayed by public opinion or the media.
Complete piece HERE.