Aston Villa ‘join race’ for £50m Arsenal and Man Utd linked winger as Everton make ‘lucrative offer’

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The latest Aston Villa transfer news stories as Unai Emery continues to build towards the 2023/24 Premier League season.

The 2022/23 Premier League season kicks off in just over one month and the summer transfer window continues to dominate the headlines in the meantime.

Aston Villa continue to be linked with several big money moves and new reports claim they could be about to make a club record bid for a winger who is also linked with Manchester United, Arsenal and Newcastle United. Elsewhere, a former Aston Villa star is reportedly set to receive a ‘lucrative offer’ from Everton following the expiration of his contract at Villa Park. Here are the latest Aston Villa transfer news stories on Monday, July 10:

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Aston Villa ‘join race’ for £50m Arsenal and Man Utd linked winger

According to the Daily Mail, Aston Villa are keeping tabs on winger Moussa Diaby’s situation at Bayer Leverkusen. The German club reportedly want £50 million for the 24-year old who has also previously been linked with Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle United.

The article claims that Villa are understood to have made a check on the situation of the Frenchman who is expected to leave the Bundesliga side this summer. If Villa are able to complete a £50 million move it would represent a club record transfer fee, surpassing the £38 million they paid for Emi Buendia.

Everton make ‘lucrative offer’ for former Aston Villa star

Per a report from Football Insider, Everton have offered a lucrative contract to Ashley Young following the expiration of his Aston Villa. The 38-year old is said to be weighing up offers from ‘multiple’ Premier League clubs as well as those overseas.

Everton boss Sean Dyche is said to be a huge admirer of Young due to his versatility and experience. The former Manchester United man spent the past two seasons at Villa Park in what was his second spell with the Birmingham club.

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