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Sunday's Aston Villa Press Transfer Talk

Sunday's Aston Villa Press Transfer Talk


Not a great deal of gossip today, in fact pretty much nothing apart from a report in the Sunday Mirror claiming that James Milner is now also on Arsene Wenger's radar as he looks to add to the Arsenal squad next season.

One interesting article is a proposed overhaul of the transfer system. The Daily Mail report claims the PL clubs are largely in agreement following the financial downfall of Portsmouth. The main proposal is that transfers will have to be paid for within 12 months to help bring down the prices as clubs could only pay what they can afford.

Wigan Athletic chairman Dave Whelan is quoted in the report: 'This will stop people going on the HP. 'It's not right that clubs say they will sign players over three or four years. Sometimes, they sell players on and still owe money to the club they bought him from.'

All seems sensible?!

And back to transfers, so far we have been linked to:

In

Nigel Hokey-Cokey to see out his contract: Click Here

Villa will bid for £2.5million rated, 18-year-old Cardiff City right-back Adam Matthews. Click Here

Robbie Keane: Click Here

Veteran Wigan keeper Mike Pollitt.

Paris Saint-Germain playmaker Stephane Sessegnon.

Paul Scharner from Wigan. Click Here

Chelsea's Serbian international defender Branislav Ivanovic Click Here

Carlton Cole from West Ham for £12million Click Here
Carlton Cole from West Ham for around £10million, not sure why the price reduction! Click Here

Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Lee Grant Click Here

Stephen Ireland from Manchester City (+ possible swap for Milner) Click Here

Kevin Doyle from Wolves. Click Here

Aiden McGeady from Celtic Click Here

Alexander Hleb from Barcelona: Click Here

£5million rated 24-year-old PSV Eindhoven right-back Stanislav Manolev.

Out

James Milner to Man Utd

James Milner to Man City

James Milner to Arsenal

John Carew to Fulham for £3.5m Click Here

Ashley Young to Manchester City. Click Here

Ashley Young to Manchester United for £22million

Ashley Young at the centre of £22m transfer battle as Spanish superpower Barcelona joins Real Madrid in race for Aston Villa star. Forum thread: Click Here

Ashley Young to Barcelona for £25million

Gabby Agbonlahor to Arsenal for around £22million Click Here

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Writer:Glensider
Date:Sunday May 2 2010
Time: 9:59AM

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Oh sorry Glensider, I was still in your logins and forgot to go back to JPFear, just so all know, Sir Glen didn't write this junk! :o)
The Fear
02/05/2010 12:14:00
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Wheres the "Ashley to Barca, + Messi coming in the other direction for 25M link? Are there any SKY 4 clubs left where Ashley and Milly aren't going? Or are they both to be cloned and divided as holy trinity's ?? I guess the only reasonable links would be Kean to us or Carton Cole to us, or both!
villa_de
02/05/2010 18:07:00
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