Date: 16th January 2017 at 1:36pm
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I don’t have much heart for this I have to admit. It seems players can leave quickly enough but we don’t get replacements in very fast.

Look at Boro, they might sell Rhodes but not before they get another striker in. Us? We sold Rudy Gestede to them despite losing Ayew and Kodjia to the African Cup Of Nations. Baffling.

Another player on his way out. Looks like Aly Cissokho is about to sign a loan deal at Olympiakos. See: Player Leaves Villa – If Only They Arrived As Quickly

An older link now, I had it saved up for the next transfer article and then lost the will to live so didn’t do one!

Steve Bruce is eyeing a reunion with Tom Cairney – three years after he sold him. Aston Villa boss Bruce is plotting a move for Fulham’s star midfielder Cairney this month according to The Mirror

The Nottingham Post say that Henri Lansbury will make the move from Nottingham Forest to Aston Villa despite the takeover collapsing. say John Jay Moores and his partners reportedly gave Al Hasawi a £2.2 million loan to pay wages in December. And now the plug has been pulled on the takeover by the current owner, Jay Moores wants his money back.

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The Mail say we are interested in a move for Wolfsburg youngster Anton Donkor. He`s a German U20 international who plays at either left-back or in midfield.

I was reading the other day that Villa might sacrifice both Jordan Ayew and Ross McCormack and bring in Middlesbrough striker Jordan Rhodes. You`ll know if you`ve read previous summaries on Vital Villa that he`s been linked several times.

This report suggests Rhodes exit from Boro could be one step closer:

The Sun have lined us to £3m rated Watford midfielder Adlene Guedioura. I have no further details as I only read it over someone`s shoulder in Muffin Break Redditch!!!!!!!!! I know, I know, this is quality reporting. I have to be honest, I am sooooo bored of these rumours, we need players on the pitch.

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The last transfer speculation article:

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