Aston Villa manager has agreed to the departure of star player Morgan Sanson to Besiktas. The English club from Aston, Birmingham, is struggling to reach the top half of the table. Aston Villa finished 14th in the points table last season, just 10 points above the relegation. Aston Villa’s manager Steven Gerrard bought six players from the summer transfer window. However, the English coach is still looking for potential options in the transfer window. Aston Villa has only won once and lost twice in their first opening three matches. Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard would want some improvement in Aston Villa’s condition as compared to last year. Villans fans all around the world would be happy to see their team in the top half of the points table this season.
The Turkish club Beşiktaş has shown interest in the English Premier League side club Aston Villa. Founded in 1903, Besiktas is one of the most successful clubs in Turkey. Beşiktaş is one of the Big Three in Turkey, that has never been relegated to a lower division. They have won 21 league titles including 16 Turkish Süper Lig, 3 Turkish National Division, and 2 Turkish Football Championship titles. Meanwhile, the Turkish club wants to sign in Morgan Sanson of Aston Villa.
Will Morgan Sanson leave Aston Villa to join Besiktas?
Morgan Sanson is a 28-year-old French midfielder who plays for the Premier League club Aston Villa. Sanson began his senior career from Le Mans B after being sent to Le Mans senior side in the 2012-2013 season. 28-year-old then joined Montpellier in 2013 and then following his arrival at one of the French giants Marseille in January 2017 for €9 million. His arrival to English Premier League side Aston Villa for 4 and a half-year contract for £14 million was on January 2021. He appeared for 19 matches for the English side Aston Villa.
But now the English coach Steven Gerrard has cleared that the club will not stand in Morgan Sanson’s way. Steven Gerrard said;
“Morgan’s been very professional, He’s been calm, he’s been training well but, at the same time, he’s frustrated with his game time. I respect that, I understand that. So, if something lands for Morgan that he wants to pursue, we won’t stand in his way. At the same time, he’s training well and is pushing to be back in the frame. The window’s still open, there’s still 10-11 days. So, there’s a possibility we could look slightly different come the end of the window.”