Aston Villa have reportedly won the race for the signature of Moussa Diaby. The winger has also agreed personal terms with the Premier League giants.
Hence, he has also rejected the approach from Saudi club Al-Nassr. Therefore, the Premier League giants will pay a transfer fee of over 50 million to Bayer Leverkusen.
ASTON VILLA AND MOUSSA DIABY TRANSFER LINKS FULL STORY
According to reports, Aston Villa have reached a full agreement for the signing of Bayer Leverkusen winger Moussa Diaby. The winger has also agreed personal terms with the Premier League giants. A report also claims that the winger has rejected the approach of Saudi club Al-Nassr. Al-Nassr had also agreed a transfer fee for the winger.
However, the winger is very excited with the future plans of Aston Villa. Therefore, the winger will play for Unai Emery’s side. The winger has also agreed a five-year deal with the Premier League giants. Moussa Diaby helped Xabi Alonso’s side climb the Bundesliga side last season. Hence, this looks like a marquee signing for Unai Emery’s side.
UNAI EMERY WILL HAVE THE PREMIER LEAGUE TOP FOUR IN HIS SIGHTS
Aston Villa manager Unai Emery will now have a Premier League top four in his sights for the upcoming season. They have also managed to complete the signing of Pau Torres from Villareal. The defender was also monitored by the likes of Bayern Munich and Napoli. Therefore, Pau Torres is also a marquee signing this summer transfer window.
Aston Villa are now not finished this summer transfer window. They are hoping to sign more players this summer. The Premier League giants also tried to sign Joao Felix on loan from Atletico Madrid . However, he does not want to sign for the Premier League team. Federico Chiesa also rejected a move to Unai Emery’s side this summer transfer window.
Aston Villa are making some approaches to some players. However, they are also aware that these players might reject them. Hence, Unai Emery has also many alternative players on the list. The Premier League giants have a budget of 175-200 million to spend this summer.
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