Aston Villa are reportedly interested in signing Brazilian wunderkind Andrey Santos. Andrey Santos plays for CR Vasco Da Gama.
However, the Brazilian is going to leave the club in the next summer transfer window. Big European clubs are also interested in signing the midfielder.
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According to reports, many clubs including Aston Villa are interested in signing Andrey Santos. Many see the 18-year-old as the new Sergio Busquets. Many reports also claim that Barcelona are trying to sign the midfielder. However, they are struggling because of his valuation. The La Liga club are also struggling with its financial problems.
Paris Saint-Germain are also monitoring his situation. However, CR Vasco Dama have not yet received a bid for the midfielder. While another report also claims that Newcastle United have joined the race for the midfielder. The midfielder has the same agent representing as Newcastle star midfielder Bruno Guimares. Some reports are claiming that Villa have also joined the race for the midfielder.
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According to reports, Aston Villa have joined the race for the Brazilian wunderkid. Vasco Da Gama are reportedly asking £33m for Andrey Santos. However, the report also states that Villa are unfazed by his high price tag. It is because of the high potential ability of the player. However, the reports state that Steven Gerrard’s side are monitoring the midfielder.
The report also states that Vasco Da Gama will try to start a bidding war for their most valuable asset. Vasco Da Gama’s director has also confirmed that many clubs have enquired about the midfielder. Aston Villa have a tendency of developing players in their academy. In the summer transfer window, they managed to sign a number of Scottish wunderkids for the future.
The midfielder has made 24 appearances this season. He has even managed to score 5 goals despite playing in a defensive midfield position. Hence, the interest of Aston Villa and other clubs is not a surprise to many.
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