Date: 8th June 2012 at 10:57am
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I think that Paul Lambert has already hinted that he isn`t going to go back to his former club for striker Grant Holt when he said, ‘Grant Holt was absolutely brilliant for me. In the three years I was there he was a huge part of what happened. But things move on. I need to know what`s happening at Aston Villa before I do anything. The chairman and Paul Faulkner know that and then we`ll try to bring players in.”

At 31 and with Norwich wanting over £4million I`d doubt it would be the sort of signing the board / manager would want as it wouldn`t really build for the future would it?

Anyway, only bit of transfer talk today so far is the new Norwich manager Chris Hughton saying he`ll fight to keep Holt.

He told The Sun

“I can fully understand all the speculation about Grant Holt`s future. He is a top quality player. The number of goals he has scored for Norwich over the last three seasons — especially last season in the Premier League — says it all and I don`t think any manager would not want to keep a player like that. I`ve only just come in through the door so I haven`t had a chance to speak to him. But obviously my main priority will be to keep him here.”

Adding that Holt has a contract at Norwich (with two years still to run) and as a fans favourite and the club`s Player of the Season award winner for three seasons in a row, “he is definitely someone I want to keep at Carrow Road.”

Congrats to Hughton by the way, seems a good decent bloke, football person and manager.

So far we have:

Lambert on players and ambitions: Lambert Looking For 5 Players With £20m Funds? and some exits: Villa Squad To Be Shaken Up – Players To Leave

AVFC Summer transfer talk thread: Click Here

Signed: Brett Holman


31 year old Norwich striker Grant Holt: Click Here
Grant Holt again: Allan Evans Says Yes To Holte But KEEP Bent! and… Holt would cost £6million: Click Here and again Click Here

Maybe not Holt: Lambert Looking For 5 Players With £20m Funds?

Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez: Click Here

Liam Bridcutt preferring Reading over Villa: Click Here

Russian striker Pavel Pogrebnyak: Click Here

Wigan`s Victor Moses: Click Here


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