Aston Villa’s Emery expects big moves from Aston Villa

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Aston Villa have defied all odds this season with a Champions League spot looking likely next season. Now that Manchester United are out and Tottenham really losing to Arsenal the path for looks clear. After beating Arsenal this season this team are expected to do big things in Europe next season. However the transfer window does not look very good for the club. Aston Villa’s manager Unai Emery expects big transfer window from Aston Villa

Aston Villa’s manager Unai Emery wants Bologna striker Joshua Zirkzee at the end of the season. The Dutchman is enjoying a good season, bagging 11 goals and four assists in Serie A. Emery wants to boost his attack next season with already Ollie Watkins and Leon Bailey firing up front. Since signing a new deal as Villa manager, Emery has reportedly asked the club to sign Villarreal midfiedler Alex Baena.

Aston Villa’s failed transfers

Unai Emery wanted a deal for Nico Williams to be confirmed. It is reported that the player rejected the manager twice and now everything is expected from Monchi. Nico Williams is enjoying a great season with Athletic Bilbao with 12 goal contributions this season. He also got appearance for the Spanish national team where he scored once and gave 3 assists.

Williams signed a new contract with Athletic back in December, although that only insured that he would not leave on a free (as his previous deal ran out this summer). His release clause has stayed at €50m, which is a very attractive price, especially for those with massive funds in the Premier League. With addition of Champions League football Williams will be tempted for a move to the Premier League Side.

Even though Athletic Bilbao are enjoying a wonderful season with Europa League in side if extra champions League spot is not taken through the new rules. It will be interesting to see where the Spanish winger will end up despite links with Chelsea and Liverpool as well

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