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The Express say JAMES MILNER is expected to complete his £26million move to Manchester City within 24 hours.

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I find this one impossible to believe! The Daily Star say that Everton have joined Spurs in wanting Ashley Young. Our England winger would cost at least £25million and lets face it, unless he slaps in a transfer request, he isn't available, especially as we don't have a manager at the moment to say yes or no to such a move. But Everton? Big club, same as Villa and a great manager, but they don't have that sort of money to splash about?

The report says that Young would still prefer to move back to London, a rumour that persists.

The BBC online site suggests that Ashley Young will be staying at Villa. Sources close to the 25-year-old have suggested that, after 'positive' discussions, he is now likely to stay.

The Daily Express say that Villa have offered Young a new four year deal.



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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday August 13 2010
Time: 10:02AM

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Everton, no way, if he is to go and I doubt he will (at least in the short term) it will be to a more serious club than Everton. COTVABU
irish villa
13/08/2010 10:10:00
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I suppose a lot could depend on who we appoint as manager. I wonder what Ash would think of Bob Bradley?
RoyalVilla
13/08/2010 10:22:00
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At least £25 million! BBC sport has a quote from Man City that milner is to go for £18m plus Ireland, a figure much much less than the £30 million valuation I thought was being asked. And in the same article it states Ireland is a player who isn't in Mancini's plans... How much is such a player worth to any club?
johnproche
13/08/2010 10:53:00
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Everton 25 million? Poor journalism once again.
__villa__
13/08/2010 10:59:00
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take no notice fellow villans that journalist who wrote that drivel about ash joining everton is a toffe fan spittin his dummy out cos we were after Moyes, Everton are like Villa sell to buy policy know so they would have to sell a LOT of players hehehe
ClivetheVillan
13/08/2010 23:33:00
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