Date: 8th August 2018 at 8:30pm
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Earlier this evening Aston Villa confirmed the permanent capture of Hibernian and Scottish international midfielder John McGinn.

The 23-year-old has nine caps for his country and he heads in for an officially undisclosed fee, signing a four-year deal in the process at Bodymoor Heath.

The extremely highly rated player was also being chased by Celtic and they had reportedly agreed a fee for his services as well, so given the summer we’ve had this should certainly be a small boost that we won out as unlike normal expectations of money in the English and Scottish game, with one eye on Financial Fair Play (it hasn’t gone anywhere) we wouldn’t have just spent them out of contention.

With over 200 senior games to his name hopes will be high he can quickly adjust to the Championship as we continue to look for success on the pitch this year despite everything that has gone on in the background.

Vital Villa welcome thread in the Forum.

Speaking to the Official Site after penning his new deal, he said.

“I’m really pleased to have joined the club. I’ve already visited Villa Park and the training ground and the set-up is incredible. The last 24 hours have been a bit of a whirlwind with so much going on but I can’t wait to take part in my first training session and make my debut.”

Strong endorsement from his former fans and the comments don’t end there, but I can’t list them all!

 

2 Replies to “Bruce Captures Midfielder – Now Villa Are Rocking”

  • Great to see comments like that from the Hibs fans. Thanks, I thought he maybe good when I read the bitter comments coming out of Celtic! Good luck to you this season too!

  • Thank you all and well done for your excellent and friendly comments, you’re more than welcome to become Villa supporters,
    We’re delighted to have signed John and there’s no doubt he wil very quickly be a fans favourite, the ideal signing for us and we are looking forward to him taking the field and helping us to achieve our aim of returning to the Premier League.

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