Aston Villa: First-team player encounters difficulty recovering from injuries

Unai Emery, the manager of Aston Villa, may need to postpone any plans he had to reintroduce one of his key players due to a recent change in that player’s injury condition.


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Ollie Watkins’ current contract with Aston Villa will expire in the summer of 2025, therefore the West Midlands club is reportedly eager to offer him a new, lucrative deal to ensure his long-term future. According to the source, Watkins is content with his life at Aston Villa and his position as a first-team player, and both parties are increasingly hopeful that a deal will be reached to keep the England international at Villa Park.

But according to FootballTransfers, Watkins’ agency and Arsenal director Edu Gaspar have spoken directly about the potential of luring the Torquay-born striker to north London.


Watkins is rumored to desire a new five-year contract at Aston Villa at more than £150,000 per week, and Chelsea is reportedly interested in him as well. Despite Mauricio Pochettino’s Blues’ interest, Watkins, a former Brentford player, would prefer a move to Arsenal since he has been a fan of the Gunners since he was a young child.


Emery, the manager of Aston Villa, was quoted by 90min as saying: “We are in touch.” He made no specific comments about Watkins’ future. His dedication to the club is incredible. Watkins puts a lot of effort into every day. His daily goal is to get better. He desires employment and team support.


Aston Villa’s next game is a Carabao Cup third-round home match versus Everton. The Villans seek to advance to the next round in a competition where they have a good chance of doing well this season.


Who at Aston Villa has suffered a setback due to injury?

According to The Express & Star, Alex Moreno of Aston Villa could miss another fortnight after experiencing a little setback in his hamstring injury recuperation.


In a recent interview, Villans manager Emery highlighted why the Spaniard would be out for a little longer than anticipated, saying, “His injury was quite hard. Although he is becoming better all the time, he still doesn’t feel completely at ease playing. We made the decision to pause for a few days, possibly for a week or two. Hopefully, he is once more on the verge of joining the squad.

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