Aston Villa news: Steven Gerrard could consider cashing Dean Smith’s favorite for £ 26.5million
Journalist Luke Hatfield did not rule out the possibility of Aston Villa cash on Tyrone Mings, to supply The price is right.
Mings, who signed for £ 26.5million from Bournemouth, is the club captain of Villa Park, but according to Spanish media Marca, Newcastle have already identified the England defender as one of their five targets for January, Eddie Howe supposedly to have £ 190million. spend.
What’s the latest news with Mings?
It was a tough start to the season for Mings, who made some costly mistakes and was recently dropped by Dean Smith for the loss to West Ham.
According to WhoScored, Mings was Aston Villa’s tenth best player with a score of 6.66 for the season.
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But the center-back is expected to return from his international duties with his confidence at the top after playing 90 minutes in the San Marino mauling on Monday and marked the occasion with his first Three Lions goal late in the second half. time.
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Mings is reportedly settled at Aston Villa having established himself as a permanent figure at the heart of the defense, but has previously played under and was signed by Eddie Howe at Bournemouth.
Injuries would prevent him from running for the team on the South Coast, but Hatfield refused to rule out the possibility of the pair teaming up again.
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What did Hatfield say?
Asked about these links between Mings and Newcastle, he told GIVEMESPORT: “You never say never with football. If an offer comes from Newcastle or any other club Villa deems acceptable, maybe it is an offer they will consider.”
Would Mings leave Villa for Newcastle?
A huge payday would appeal to any footballer, but Newcastle’s position in the league means there’s more to it.
Aston Villa are just five points ahead of them in the Premier League table, but Howe’s men are likely to fight relegation at best, while the Midlands giants could still be a challenge for Europe if they launch under Steven Gerrard.
Therefore, while Newcastle could possibly get good in the next few years after their buyout, at this point in Mings’ career, staying with Villa would seem like his best bet.
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