REPORT : Aston Villa’s Increasing Confidence in Signing Everton key asset,  as villa STAR man Exit Seems Imminent


Aston Villa are increasingly confident in their pursuit of Amadou Onana from Everton, with a potential £50million transfer on the horizon.

According to TeamTalk, Villa have made contact with Everton, and a deal could be struck to ease Everton’s Profit and Sustainability Regulations (PSR) concerns before the end of June.

Everton are willing to sell Onana to alleviate their financial worries and retain Jarrad Branthwaite, who has attracted significant interest from top Premier League and European clubs. Manchester United’s initial bid for Branthwaite was rejected, but Everton may consider selling Onana instead, given his dispensable nature compared to Branthwaite.

Onana has had spells out of the team during his two-year tenure at Everton, whereas Branthwaite became an integral part of the squad in the 2023/24 season.

Selling Onana would help Everton address their financial issues, but no bid has been made yet. With time running out before the end of June, this situation is worth monitoring closely.

Meanwhile, Aston Villa are expected to sell Douglas Luiz to Juventus for £15million plus players Samuel Iling-Junior and Weston McKennie to address their own PSR concerns. Villa’s Champions League qualification and Everton’s financial needs may facilitate a deal for Onana, making this a crucial summer for both clubs.

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