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Aston Villa forced to do the unthinkable amid financial crisis – Report

Aston Villa fans here in the Tavern are hoping that their side can somehow push for promotion in the next campaign after last year’s disappointment. 

Indeed, the Villains have been in a heap of bother since last season’s play-off final defeat as they find themselves in a financial crisis. And, it looks as if things are only going to get worse for the Midlands club, as according to Sun Sport, Aston Villa have dropped their asking price for Jack Grealish from £40 million to half.

Interestingly, both Spurs and Liverpool are vying for the 22-year-old’s signature, with the Villans in desperate need to raise funds ahead of the new season.

Liverpool have reportedly spoken to Villa, but it is Mauricio Pochettino’s club who are still leading the race to nab the young attacking midfielder.

Villa desperately need to raise transfer funds, with Steve Bruce being told he can’t even sign players on loan.

Although, it’s believed that the Villains have dropped their £40 million asking price to half.

Landlord’s Verdict: 

So, it looks as if Aston Villa have been forced to do the unthinkable by reducing their asking price for Jack Grealish to half in order to raise funds. Indeed, many of our local residents are extremely shocked by this development as the midfielder is one of the most promising players in English football, with the Midlands club giving him away for a bargain price this summer.

Aston Villa fans… Thoughts on the news? Let us know down below!!!

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