Aston Villa were close to bringing in Atlético Madrid’s Geoffrey Kondogbia

Geoffrey Kondogbia

The English club Aston Villa could have bought Geoffrey Kondogbia from the Spanish giants Atlético de Madrid. English club from Aston, Birmingham, is one of the oldest and most successful clubs in England. Moreover, Aston Villa is currently at 5th in the all-time English top clubs. Being the founding member of the English Premier League, were at 14th position on the points table last season. And with the arrival of the new manager Steven Gerrard, things might change their course at Villa park. But nonetheless, nothing much changed for the Aston Villa side. As the club is currently in 17th position, Losing 4 out of 6 games, with only 1 win so far.

Furthermore, former England and Liverpool captain had a busy summer transfer window session. The English manager brought Leander Dendoncker, Jan Bednarek, Ludwig Augustinsson, Philippe Coutinho, Diego Carlos, Robin Olsen, etc. into the squad. But, according to the

Loss for Aston Villa, who could have brought Geoffrey Kondogbia from Atlético Madrid?

The transfer deadline day brings lots of excitement, drama as well as regret to the manager, players, and also to fans. The same is the story of Aston Villa. Who have lost their chances to sign in Atlético Madrid’s defensive midfielder? Geoffrey Kondogbia is a 29-years-old, who plays for the Spanish giants Atlético de Madrid. Kondogbia had played for different clubs and in different leagues. He has been part of Spanish, French as well as Italian clubs. But on November 2020, Atlético Madrid’s manager Diego Simeone saw the capabilities of the Central African-Frenchman and brought him to Cívitas Metropolitano.

He had a tremendous season for the Atleti so far. Appearing in 55 matches with a solitary goal on his name. His arrival to the English side of Aston Villa could have brought changes to their preceding. So, it can be a loss to Steven Gerrard not to sign him to the squad.

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