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Saturday's Aston Villa Transfer Talk


The Sun say that Manchester City will soon be back in for Villa and England midfielder James Milner.

The report says they will meet the £30million valuation Villa have put on the 24-year-old and make a move for him when he returns from the World Cup.

The Sun claims that Manchester United are also interested in James Milner.

The Sun say Villa are keeping a watching brief on Anderlecht midfielder Mbark Boussoufa as a potential Milner replacement. Apparently the 25-year-old Morocco international is valued at around £10million and also wanted by Hamburg and Bayer Leverkusen.

The Express & Star also name Boussoufa as a target. His agent, Rachid El Ghazali, says Villa have an interest in the midfielder who has been Belgium`s Player of the Year in the last two seasons.

One site has us after Wolves striker Kevin Doyle for £9million. However it is just a gossip site who never back up their stories with any substance or facts, so despite Doyle having been linked several times, I think we can dismiss this as an attempt to get some hits on their site.

So far we have:

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
Robbie Keane several more times including: 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

Stephen Ireland from Manchester City: Click Here
Or Micah Richards, Shaun Wright Phillips Nedum Onuoha

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.

£10million rated Sporting Gijon left back Roberto Canella Click Here

£15million rated 24-year-old Porto striker Radamel Falcao Click Here

Liverpool's attacking midfielder Yossi Benayoun. Click Here
Yossi Benayoun with a £10m price tag on his head: Click Here

Jermaine Jenas from Spurs

Bobby Zamora linked to Villa and Everton with a £8million price tag. Click Here

Jamie Beckford on a free from Leeds United. Click Here

Carlton Cole from West Ham. Click Here

David Bentley from Spurs: Click Here

Valencia players Nikola Zigic and Miguel.

Scott Parker from West Ham for around £12million.

Right-back Adam Matthews from Cardiff City for £2million. Click Here

Newcastle's £5million rated defender Steven Taylor. Click Here

Wigan's £10million rated striker Hugo Rodallega. Click Here

Ajax's 22-year-old right-back Gregory van der Wiel. Click Here

Evaldo from Sporting Braga. Click Here

24-year-old South Korea and Monaco striker Park Chu-young Click Here

Manchester City's £5million rated defender Nedum Onuoha.

Anderlecht midfielder Mbark Boussoufa

Out

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
Ashley Young to Spurs for £16million + either Robbie Keane or Jermaine Jenas Click Here

Curtis Davies to look for a Villa exit.
Curtis Davies to Newcastle United. Click Here
Curtis Davies to Fulham. Click Here
Curtis Davies to Liverpool for £5m Click Here
Curtis Davies to Spurs for £7m Click Here

Emile Heskey to Stoke Click Here

Gabby Agbonlahor to Arsenal for around £22million Click Here

Gabby Agbonlahor and Ashley Young to Manchester City for around £45million. Click Here

Habib Beye outward.

James Milner to Man Utd
James Milner to Man City Click Here
James Milner bid in: Click Here
James Milner to Arsenal
James Milner to Chelsea Click Here
James Milner to Chelsea or Man City for £30m: Click Here

John Carew to Fulham for £3.5m Click Here
John Carew to Fiorentina, Sampdoria or Fenerbahce Click Here

Luke Young wanting to go back to London.
Luke Young to West Ham Click Here
Another to West Ham, this time for £4million Click Here

Marlon Harewood Click Here
Marlon Harewood to DC United Click Here

Nigel Reo-Coker wanted by Stoke and Blackburn Rovers Click Here

Nicky Shorey to Fulham Click Here

Steve Sidwell to Fulham or possibly West Ham. Click Here

Wilfred Bouma as the club have confirmed he is free to talk to other interested parties and can move on a free: Click Here
Wilfred Bouma to PSV Click Here

Manager In And Out Talk:

MON to Liverpool, Slaven Bilic or Steve McClaren on Villa's radar: Click Here

General

Players angry about sell to buy: b>Click Here

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Saturday June 5 2010
Time: 10:49AM

Comments

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I am hoping we do better than Doyle; is he good enough? I would prefer Kenwyne, Parker and Ireland...Parker to slowly replace Petrov and Ireland to step in and offer a different pair of shoes to Milners...Kenwyne would ensure we have a big man up front who is young and fit and when given the right service - a good striker. We can afford all those and perhaps one more luxury buy like Benayoun or Keane at 8m.
koolbill
05/06/2010 11:53:00
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doyle is ten times better than jones
kenner
05/06/2010 15:53:00
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doyle would be a decent addition
clarkamus
05/06/2010 17:11:00
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I would be happy with Doyle. Can't say I know much about Boussofa, but he certainly sounds good. West Ham signed Hitzlesperger today, wish we could have him back :( I loved him.
Callum_ws
05/06/2010 17:52:00
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