Date: 27th July 2017 at 8:15pm
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Midfielder Aaron Tshibola yesterday completed a loan move to MK Dons.

The 22 year old will spend the entire 2017/18 campaign out in League One with Robbie Neilson’s side and it’s no great surprise to see him move on again as he doesn’t appear to be in manager Steve Bruce’s plans.

Having joined Villa from Reading back in the summer of 2016, he has nine appearances to his name and scored his maiden club goal in the one all draw at Villa Park with Newcastle United.

Last season he headed out to Nottingham Forest in the January window where he made two starts and two substitute appearances in the second half of the year.

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4 Replies to “Tshibola Heads To MK Dons”

  • Ridiculous how much we paid for him. Reading saw us coming. This was a lad with promise the one season who spent much of the next season at Reading injured. We then spent millions on him.


    Good that he is off the wage bill and has a year to

  • Full respect to the kid to make the decision to step down a league. There are not many of our fringe players who would do that. At the end of the day it wasn’t him that determined his valuation. I hope he comes back better, stronger and wiser because it l

  • Probably best thing for him as he is way down the pecking order. Hopefully MK can develop him for us and he wont be running about like a headless chicken. To think it was only 9 months ago that many of our fans were screaming for him to be back in the tea

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