Aston Villa confirm Premier League squad as Leander Dendoncker decision made amid Fenerbahce rumours

Aston Villa’s 25-man squad has been submitted to the Premier League - with no major surprises.

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Aston Villa have submitted their 25-man squad list to the Premier League, which has been publicised after Wednesday's deadline.

The Villa had to notify the Premier League of their squad for the season, similar to what they did for the Europa Conference League. All players they wished to be a part of the squad would be included, and those not included will now be unable to play for the club in the league until January.

A decision that bosses have made is to include Leander Dendoncker, despite transfer speculation about him potentially leaving for Turkish giants Fenerbahce. Dendoncker hasn't played a league match this season and has been limited to just 21-minutes of game time but has made the cut.

Out-of-favour defender Kourtney Hause however is missing from the squad, and will now be limited to under-21’s football unless he can secure a transfer away from Villa Park. The 28-year-old has not played a game for Villa since January 2022 and spent a bit of last season on loan at Watford.

Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho is another that isn't included on the list but that makes sense given he joined Qatari outfit Al-Duhail earlier this month. Lamare Bogarde is included on the list as an under-21's player but he's with Joey Barton at Bristol Rovers for the year.

Aston Villa 25-man Premier League squad players (*Home grown)

Bailey, Leon Patrick Buendia Stati, Emiliano Cash, Matthew Stuart*Chambers, Calum*Dendoncker, Leander Diaby, Moussa Digne, Lucas Francisco Torres, Pau Kamara, Boubacar Bernard Konsa, Ezri Ngoyo*Lenglet, Clement Nicolas Laurent Martinez Romero, Damian Emiliano*McGinn, John Mings, Tyrone Deon*Moreno Lopera, Alexandre Olsen, Robin Ramsey, Jacob*Santos Silva, Diego Carlos Soares De Paulo, Douglas Luiz Tielemans, Youri Marion Traore, Bertrand Isidore Watkins, Oliver George Arthur*Zaniolo, Nicolo.

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)Afoka, Chisom Kenneth Alcock, Todd Rees Asante-Boakye, Maxwell Kwesi Barber, Jayden Christopher Barnes, Mikell Nathan Leon Barry, Louie Mark Bogarde, Lamare Trenton Chansey Borland, Aidan Gerald Brannigan, Cole Patrick Broggio, Benjamin David Burchall, Ajani Alexander Edward Carroll, Theodore James Chrisene, Benjamin Joshua Duerden, Archie Duran Palacios, Jhon Jader Ealing, Frankie Edwards, I-Lani Feeney, Joshua Philip Hammond, Alexander Hart, Taylor-Jay Phillip Hayden, Kaine Kesler Iroegbunam, Timothy Emeka Jimoh, Jamaldeen Katsukunya, Thierry Alfred Farai Kellyman, Omari Jamian Lewis, Samuel Jack Lott, Max Matthew Lutz, Charlie Ethan Lynch, Luka John Marschall, Filip McDowell, Jack McWilliams, Ashton Tyler Mitchell, Dylan Reiss Moore, Kobei Moreland, Calum Francis Mulley, Trai-Varn Divinche Munroe, Finley Christopher Ryan O’Reilly, Aaron Christopher O’Reilly, Tommi Dylan Onuchukwu, Abube-Calvin Patterson, Travis Pavey, Charlie James Pierre, Kyrie Jay Victor Proctor, Sam Adrian Revan, Sebastian Emmanuel Richards, Rico Dean Scott Rowe, Edward James Rowe, Triston Tye Simpson, Ewan Mark Smith, Kerr David Swinkels, Sil Laurentius Timson, Nile Jordan Joseph Wilson, Rory Wright, James Thomas Young, Kadan Christophe Zych, Oliwier