Date: 18th May 2020 at 6:06pm
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With the Premier League stepping up their efforts to ensure ‘Operation Restart’ actually happens, despite the ongoing concerns most sensible people still have about the guarantee of a second wave as the country opens up more (and we get the figures from the idiots who can’t follow simple advice during a bank holiday), Aston Villa had some positive news on Monday – highly rated Academy graduate Indiana Vassilev had put pen to paper on a new two year extension at B6, keeping the 19-year-old with us until the summer of 2022.

The USA youth international has been a regular in our Under 23 setup so far during the 2019/20 campaign, and with injuries hitting head coach Dean Smith’s first team, the youngster made his bow against Fulham in the FA Cup back in January, and added three further showings as a substitute in matches against Leicester, Brighton and Watford.


2 yr Deal For Vassilev?

Let Him Earn A Longer One

Let Him Earn A Longer One

Should've Been Longer

Should've Been Longer

Spot On For Now

Spot On For Now

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Whilst he didn’t find the net for us in those games, he impressed plenty with his determination and desire to put the yards in, so although we haven’t had a lot to shout about in the last few months, this is at least a positive as plenty expect him to develop well over the next few years.

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