Reviews 35 million euros: Aston Villa commits Ings

22:50  04 august  2021
22:50  04 august  2021 Source:   90min.de

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Aston Villa this summer continues to give neat gas. With Danny Ings, the club from Birmingham already presented the third new approach on Wednesday evening, which costs over 30 million euros.

Danny Ings wechselt zu Aston Villa | Robin Jones/Getty Images © Provided by 90min Danny Ings changes to Aston Villa | Robin Jones / Getty Images

According to the transfers of Leon Bailey (32 million euros) and Emiliano Buendia (38 million euros), Aston Villa for Danny Ings loudly led to the athletic 35 million euros on the table - but because the club alone Through the upcoming sale of Jack Greaseh 118 million euros, he can still see a transferplus despite the rich expenses.

Ings, who was able to achieve a total of 34 Premier League tore for the FC Southampton in the last two seasons, signed a contract by the Villans until 2024.

"Danny is an excellent footballer of the Premier League, who everywhere he played, goals scored, "says ChefCoach Dean Smith on the new KNIPSSer. "He is also a top professional with a great character, which will be a leadership in our team and a role model for our young academy players who are now in and around the first team. I am pleased, Danny in our great Club welcome to welcome. "

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