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Milot Rashica - Part 2


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I think if there was any genuine interest from our side this will have been done already. Like with the Buendia deal, our owners obviously have enough financial muscle to get things done quickly. 

So the way I see it, it's one of the following 2 options

a) we're not interested
b) we're not interested enough to care if another club come in for him

I very much suspect it's a. 

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11 hours ago, bose said:

You seem to have had some inside knowledge on this deal, in the past at least.

You think we’re still in for him?

I would like to think we are given we agreed terms with him last season etc.

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7 hours ago, AntrimBlack said:

A lonely, disconsolate little figure walks slowly into the setting sun muttering, ``If only''.

You're right.

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"If only I had accepted Villa's offer last season!..."

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If we are looking to strengthen when and where we can, then he at least has been on our radar. Whether or not it's a viable and mutually beneficial arrangement is something different.

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Aston Villa remain interested in Milot Rashica

Aston Villa have been linked with a move for Werder Bremen attacker Milot Rashica once again.

The player has been heavily linked with a move to Villa Park, with the Premier League club monitoring his situation over the last year.

According to Calciomercato, the winger will be available for a fee of around €16 million, and Villa have made their interest known to Bremen.

Rashica would add goals and assists to Villa and could prove to be a smart addition to Dean Smith’s squad.

There is no doubt that Villa need to add more quality and depth to their attack if they want to push for European qualification next season.

Trezeguet and Anwar El Ghazi have been quite inconsistent since their move to Villa Park, and Rashica’s arrival would force them to raise their performance levels.

The 24-year-old has bagged three goals and five assists in the Bundesliga this season and can play on both flanks. His versatility would be a bonus for Smith next term.

The player has a contract with the German club until the summer of 2022, and Villa will hope to snap him up for a bargain fee this summer.

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I’d still hake (sorry, take) Rashica. With Trezeguet out he would be a useful squad addition, if the price is right. His pace would give us a different dimension when we need it, eg chasing a game or hitting teams on the break when we’re under pressure. 

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11 minutes ago, It's Your Round said:

I’d still hake (sorry, take) Rashica. With Trezeguet out he would be a useful squad addition, if the price is right. His pace would give us a different dimension when we need it, eg chasing a game or hitting teams on the break when we’re under pressure. 

The kid was very highly sort after last season. WB messed us about, not him, and it didn’t happen. I don’t think he had such a good season last year but he was in a relegation team and we all know that doesn’t help anyone. 

If the recruitment team think it was a temporary dip and he’s deemed to be the right sort of character to settle in and refind his form, he could be a real bargain. The type that we never seem to have got in the past and then look on in envy at the likes of Leicester. We’re a bit short of pace in the squad, so he could add a new dimension. 

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