Sport Aston Villa midfielder Carles Gil to trigger bidding war

15:46  19 june  2017
15:46  19 june  2017 Source:

10 players released from Villa as part of summer clear out

  10 players released from Villa as part of summer clear out According to a report in the Birmingham Mail, Aston Villa have released 10 players as part of a summer clear-out. At the end of last season, Steve Bruce revealed that Libor Kozak would be leavin the club after a four year period which yielded just 22 appearances and 4 goals, and it can now be revealed that 9 youngster will follow the Czech international out of the door. Several of the departing youngsters have already informed the world of their fate via twitter, but young duo Riccardo Calder and Henry Cowans have also been told they can leave. Cowans, the son of Villa legend Gordon, spent last season out on loan in League 2 and made 22 appearances for Stevange. Calder, on the other hand, spent time with Lincoln City and helped them win the National League. Other let go by the club include Joonas Sundman, Rory Hale, Tom Legett, Jerell Sellars, Johan Abdoul, and Joe Linley, while Niall Mason looks set for a permanent move to Doncaster Rovers.

ASTON VILLA midfielder Carles Gil has reportedly joined Deportivo La Coruna on a season-long loan. Man Utd v Real Madrid transfer battle: Bidding war underway, player keen on move - report.

Aston Villa 's Carles Gil . Aston Villa look set to lose Spanish playmaker Carles Gil . The 24-year-old joined Deportivo La Coruna on loan in the summer and has been in good form for the La Liga side this term.

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Wantaway Aston Villa midfielder Carles Gil is set to trigger a bidding war in the coming weeks with both Real Betis and Deportivo La Coruna chasing his signature, according to the Birmingham Mail.

Aston Villa are willing to sell the 24-year-old Spaniard with both La Liga clubs said to be preparing bids for his services.

It is believed that Gil would prefer a permanent move to Deportivo La Coruna after spending last season on loan at the club, however Real Betis are said to be desperate to sign the player.

Gil scored just once in 24 appearances for Deportivo last season but he has done enough to convince Deportivo Boss Pepe Mel to pursue a permanent transfer.

Pepe Mel has made a permanent deal for Gil one of his top priorities this summer and Gil is hoping to seal a move away from Villa Park before Villa report back for pre-season training at the beginning of next month.

Aston Villa paid Valencia just over £3million for Gil two and a half years ago and they will be hoping to recoup most of that money in a deal for him this summer.

Aston Villa demand more from Sevilla for Jordan Amavi .
Aston Villa have told Sevilla to double their offer for full-back Jordan Amavi after Villa rejected the first bid tabled by the La Liga side, according to MARCA.. Amavi looks increasingly likely to leave Villa Park this summer as the Championship side look to raise funds for new signings. Villa chairman Tony Xia bragged that the club rejected a £25million bid for Amavi in January, but the Financial Fair Play restrictions on the club now mean that they are willing to accept a much lower offer for the player. Sevilla made an opening bid of £5.3million for the defender’s services but Villa are wanting to recoup the £9million they paid Nice for the 23-year-old back in 2015. Amavi struggled for form at Villa last season as Steve Bruce’s side slumped to a 13th place finish in the Championship, with the Villa boss reportedly placing Amavi on the transfer list as a result of his inconsistency.


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