Tyrone Mings has simply gone from strength to strength following his arrival at Aston Villa from Bournemouth back in the January transfer window.
He played a massive part in our run to the Play-Off spots in the Championship campaign of 2018/19 and we all know the part he played in Monday’s Final against Derby County and with his stock already massive at the club, the celebrations that followed, including turning back up at a Bournemouth train station whilst still in his kit has simply endeared him to the faithful even more.
With Mings already commenting on his future and saying ‘hopefully mate’ when asked if he’d be signing permanently, the Bournemouth Daily Echo believe he’s off – ‘…prepared to let him leave Bournemouth for the right price and Mings prefers a move to Villa’.
This is despite the media rumour mill crediting others with an interest in the 26-year-old.
Whether this implies anything else is open for debate, but many feel it’s a sign that a deal has already been agreed – at least verbally.
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Confirmation, before we tick into June, would be nice, wouldn’t it.