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I still don’t get this thread in Villa Talk, it surely should be off topic he’s not our player 

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56 minutes ago, Keener window-cleaner said:

Watching QPR - Brentford and dreaming wet dreams about Benrahma. His nutmeg on Leistner in the 39th minute made me drool, hopefully there will be a clip of it somewhere.

Not sure how willing Brentford would be to let him go in January or if we would be ready to meet the asking price, but I'm still praying for us to sign him. 

 

 

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Bowen and Olly Watkins looked standout players in the championship last season. 

Watkins impressed me at Villa Park last year  - he impressed me even more when he spoke after the game and sounded quite sharp upstairs n'all. 

He can play a few positions up front and has added goals to his game this season in a more advanced role. 

Not saying either are nailed on to take the top flight by storm, but those are the kind of longer term projects I'd like to see us invest in. 

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His finishing is poor, went clear and couldn't score, seen him do that a few times this season. That said he does look good, although I feel like Watkins is the better prospect.

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15 minutes ago, VillaJ100 said:

Don't want him. Bad character and we could get better players for the money. 

Please elaborate.

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https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11677/11867415/aston-villa-retain-interest-in-brentfords-said-benrahma-ahead-of-january-transfer-window

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Aston Villa remain interested in Brentford winger Said Benrahma ahead of the January transfer window, Sky Sports News understands.

The Midlands club put in a number of offers for the Algeria international during the summer but could not agree a deal with the Bees, who value him at £20m.

That sum may still prove too much for ex-Brentford manager Dean Smith to bring his former player to Villa Park in the New Year, after the Premier League side spent around £120m on their new squad in the summer.

 

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Sky Sports getting all the right angles if the transfer happens or doesn't 😂

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A goal an assist and a 10 rating on whoscored.com for Saturdays game against Luton!

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