Aston Villa starlet tipped for ‘huge’ future and striker could still leave this summer

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The latest Aston Villa news and rumours on Monday.

Aston Villa drew 2-2 with fellow Premier League side Manchester United in their latest pre-season friendly in Australia.

The Midlands club equalised in stoppage time through defender Calum Chambers, with winger Leon Bailey scoring their other goal.

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Steven Gerrard’s side have one more friendly to get through against French club Rennes before the start of the new season.

Here is a look at all the latest news and rumours coming out of the club today....

Striker latest

Aston Villa have a decision to make on what to do with striker Keinan Davis next term.

The attacker spent the second-half of the last campaign on loan at Nottingham Forest and helped the Reds gain promotion from the Championship.

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As per a report by the Mirror, it is ‘still possible’ that the Reds could try and bring him back to the City Ground this summer.

Defender tipped for bright future

Gerrard has tipped defender Josh Feeney for a bright future at Villa Park.

The Villans swooped to land the 17-year-old from League One side Fleetwood Town last year.

His boss has said, as per a report by Birmingham Live:

“He’s a nice kid but when he goes onto the football pitch he changes and he trains and performs like a man. I’m delighted with him.

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“He’s come into an adult environment, he’s still a minor. He’s been professional and his training level has been top. He’s got a huge future. We’re going to develop him and shape him and polish him up.”

Flop heads out the exit door

Aston Villa have given Wesley the green light to head out the exit door again.

The striker has failed to make an impact since his move back in 2019.

He has now joined Spanish second tier club Levante on a season-long loan after spending time back with his former club Club Brugge last term.

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