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Aston Villa January Transfer Talk


An article in the Daily Mail today says that Villa, along with Liverpool, are after Preston defender Sean St Ledger.

Apparently our scouts have watched the 25-year-old Republic of Ireland international on a regular basis.

The report also says that Villa have the advantage because the defender is a Villa fan!

Houllier has already talked about the need to strengthen: 'If we spot a good international player who can add something, we'll take him. We will have one or two coming in January.'

See thread: Click Here

The same report says that on loan Villa central defender Curtis Davies could be a target for Celtic in the January transfer window.

So far we have:

IN:

Atletico Madrid keeper David De Gea Click Here

Panathinaikos striker Djibril Cisse Click Here

26-year-old Swiss goalkeeper David Zibung who currently plays Lucerne. Click Here

Real Madrid midfielder Fernando Gago Click Here

21-year-old Toulouse winger Franck Tabanou. Click Here

Racing Genk's 5m rated Belgian international striker Jelle Vossen. Click Here

Michael Owen to Villa on loan or a nominal fee: Click Here

Michael Carrick from Manchester United for around 8million. Click Here

Tottenham Hotspur and Croatian attacking midfielder Niko Kranjcar. Click Here

25-year-old Argentine striker Pablo Andres Gonzalez Click Here

Robbie Keane linked... again (and no doubt again and again!): Click Here

Roque Santa Cruz from Manchester City: Click Here

Preston defender Sean St Ledger.

OUT:

Curtis Davies on loan to Leicester City and possible permanent exit in January: Click Here
Curtis Davies to Celtic

John Carew linked out Click Here
John Carew to Fiorentina or Sampdoria Click Here
John Carew out ...
Click Here

Nigel Reo-Coker linked with Galatasaray Click Here

Steve Sidwell to Werder Bremen or Wolfsburg Click Here




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 4 2010

Time: 8:42AM

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