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Friday's Aston Villa Transfer Talk

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 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

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
I suppose a lot could depend on who we appoint as manager. I wonder what Ash would think of Bob Bradley?
RoyalVilla
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
Everton 25 million? Poor journalism once again.
__villa__
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
 

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