Aston Villa have already started to make the most of the January transfer window as they look to bolster their squad for the remainder of the Championship season.
The Villans have added Lovre Kalinic to their goalkeeping ranks to help try and bring the number of goals conceded down, whilst his arrival is timely with Orjan Nyland having been dealt an injury blow.
Dean Smith’s side appear to be hanging on to Tammy Abraham as well after reports have started to suggest that Chelsea will not sell him in January.
Joshua Koroma has been excelling with Leyton Orient in the National League, which has led to a number of clubs taking an interest, including the Villans.
However, it appears the 20-year-old is set to join Huddersfield Town and earn himself a Premier League move.
Koroma is an exciting young striker who has been earning plaudits for his performances with Leyton Orient.
The 20-year-old has been key to helping The O’s take control of the National League, as he has managed to fire nine goals in his 27 appearances so far this season.
Clearly, a player with a bright future, his move to Huddersfield could come as a blow to Aston Villa at some point down the road.
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