Aston Villa will try and sign talented youngster Calvin Ramsey. The Lions will contend with Arsenal and Manchester United for the signing.
Calvin Ramsey is currently at Scottish Premiership club Aberdeen. He is a talented right-back and has broken through the senior squad at Pittodrie.
According to journalist Ekrem Konur, the youngster will have to choose as three clubs are interested in him.
Can Aston Villa make top 6?
Aston Villa lost 3-1 to Arsenal yesterday. The problem arises from the defensive line. After a dominant performance by Arsenal in the first half, the Lions changed their formation. As a result, they were much better in comparison but it was too late for them. A goal by Jacob Ramsey provided some consolation.
Aston Villa sold renowned player Jack Grealish to Manchester City for £100 million. He grew up in their academy and has helped save Aston Villa from relegation often. The transfer of Grealish created a lot of funds. The Lions then signed Leon Bailey and Danny Ings to strengthen their attack. These signings along with Emi Buendia have worked.
The only problem which arises now is the backline but the solution may already be found. Aston Villa looks to sign right-back Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen. They will play a back three with two wingbacks. In this way, they will be lethal on the counter attack and will be defensively good as well.
The Villans received criticism after the transfer of Jack Grealish but in hindsight, it’s nothing to worry about. Since they bought in 2-3 quality players, Villa have gained more in this £100 million deal. Aston Villa has been inconsistent this season. The defence seems to concede goals every match.
The Villans started the season with a loss but somehow went on to defeat Manchester United. This reignited some hope but all of that was squandered following three successive defeats. In all these defeats the positive outcome was their forwards. With enough solidity in the backline and more consistent performances by their forwards , Villa can make the top 6.
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