Date: 6th April 2006 at 5:52pm
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Oh dear. Although Milan Baros has said he doesn’t regret moving to Villa, he certainly doesn’t rule out a move away from Villa Park in the summer!

Baros, it was confirmed, has a ‘get out clause’ in his contract if a sufficient bid is placed and Spanish club Villarreal have already been linked to a £9million bid.

Baros told the official site:

‘It is not true I am unhappy here. I don’t regret joining Villa. I am an Aston Villa player and it is useless to speculate about what will happen in July in the middle of April.’

Adding: ‘I will concentrate on Villa’s last six fixtures and then on the World Cup. I don’t want to think about anything else at present. It would not be fair on my team-mates and the club and we want to finish this season well.’

O’Leary said: ‘We don’t want Milan to go but if the get-out clause was invoked it would mean the club making a substantial profit on the fee we paid to Liverpool. Milan has had a good goal return this season in terms of a goals and games ratio, despite having a niggling injury early on and settling into a new club. I think he will do even better next season.’

Baros has 6 Premiership goals in 19 starts (also 3 sub appearances). He also has 3 FA Cup and 1 League Cup goals.


6 Replies to “No Regrets But Still An Exit?”

  • Gulp…. Looks like an exit to me. Then the board will use SOME of the money on transfers and boast about all the money they have splashed out. Happens every time.

  • I think he’s goign to go. There’s been so much talk of it happening, seems a certainty to me.

  • Hardly fills you with confidence that he’ll stay, does it? He’s just playing at being the pro, getting on with the day to day business at VP, while his agent toils away in the background engineering the move.

  • Yeah its not the greatest denial I have ever seen…for me it sounds like we’ll wait and see if I have any options 🙁

  • yeah if he goes at least we’ll get some cash 10 mill would be nice, he’s lazy and cant pass anyway
    get andy johnson, a decent centre back and young milner

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