Aston Villa have reportedly reached full agreement for the signing of Pau Torres. The player has also given greenlight for the move.
Bayern Munich were also monitoring his situation. However, the German giants have managed to successfully complete the signing of their top target Kim Min-Jae
ASTON VILLA AND PAU TORRES TRANSFER LINKS FULL STORY
According to reports, Aston Villa have reached full agreement for the signing of Pau Torres. Villareal have agreed a fee of 35 million for the defender. The defender has also agreed personal terms with the Premier League giants. Pau Torres has also the experience of playing under Unai Emery. They were both together at Villareal.
Hence, the Aston Villa manager also made him his top transfer targets. A number of other top European clubs were also monitoring his situation. Bayern Munich also had a conversation with his agent. However, their priority target was Napoli defender Kim Min-Jae. They have also managed to trigger his release clause and also agree personal terms.
UNAI EMERY ALSO WANTS A MARQUEE WINGER SIGNING
According to reports, Aston Villa manager Unai Emery also wants to sign a marquee winger. The Premier League giants also approached Athletic Bilbao winger Nico Williams. However, the Spanish winger has rejected a move. He wants to stay with the Premier League giants. A report also claims that they were willing to pay his 50 million release clause.
Aston Villa are also monitoring the situation of Yeremy Pino and Harvey Barnes. At the moment, Barnes looks like a realistic signing after the relegation of Leicester City. Whereas, Villareal will fight hard to retain the services of Yeremy Pino. They will also face the competition of West Ham for Harvey Barnes. The Hammers will bid for Barnes after they confirm the 105 million sale of Declan Rice.
Aston Villa will be playing in European competitions after a long time. Hence, Unai Emery wants to have a good squad depth and squad competition. The owners of the club are also willing to back Unai Emery for the upcoming tough campaign.
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