Departures are expected at Villa Park in the coming weeks to follow a host of players who have already left Aston Villa.
Sam Johnstone and Lewis Grabban, who both spent last season on loan with the Midlands club, have secured permanent moves elsewhere, while Robert Snodgrass could remain at West Ham after his own successful loan spell with Villa.
John Terry has also left the Championship side and an imminent exit for Jack Grealish surely awaits.
And now, £2.2m-rated (via Transfermarkt) midfielder Mile Jedinak has become the latest name linked with a move away from Villa Park as owner Tony Xia looks to generate some funds to pull Villa out of a financial crisis.
According to the World Game, Jedinak has agreed to join an unnamed European club and is now waiting for them to close a deal with Villa.
At 33 and, considering Villa’s predicament, now could be a good time to move on the Australia international and replace him with a youth product from the club.
Take a look at what Villa supporters are saying on Jedinak’s potential exit here…
He isn’t getting any younger . On big wages . Holding back youngsters progression . Thanks mile . All the best
— Team $$$ (@skillspaybillz) July 13, 2018
Makes sense, old player on big wages
— Dave de Gernier (@degernier) July 13, 2018
Probably won’t go as no other club would be stupid enough to pay the sort of wages we’re paying him!! Our wage structure for a Championship club is a joke!
— Darren Brusch (@BruschDarren) July 13, 2018
Happy days,out with the OLD in with youth hopefully
— Craig Hudson (@CraigHud220669) 13 July 2018
I love Jedinak an he defiantly made a big difference at times last season but 50k a week is huge for someone who may only play in half your games in the EFL
— forever_villa (@antonyruston) July 13, 2018
Jedinak on £50k a week? Thats mental for a Championship club to commit to that. Total shambles.
— Keith ⚽️ (@keithvillan) July 13, 2018
If the numbers in the Mirror are correct about Villa player wages, that sums up the ownership of AVFC and inability to manage a clubs finances. Jedinak 50k, Lansbury 40k and McCormack 40k.
— Dan Matthews (@DanMatthewsAV) July 13, 2018