Aston Villa’s Manager Emery Signals Intent to Bring in New Players, Tells Out-of-Favor Duo They are Free to Leave

Introduction to the article:

The upcoming transfer window will see Aston Villa implementing a sell before they buy policy, with out-of-favour players such as Bertrand Traore and Calum Chambers being the first on the chopping block.

Unai Emery’s Plans

Unai Emery, the manager of Aston Villa, has stated that players such as Chambers and Traore are free to leave the club, with the potential for one or two new players to be added to the squad. However, Emery emphasizes that the team is focused on increasing the level of the existing players rather than targeting specific new additions.

Reluctance to Let Go

Emery is reluctant to let midfielder Leander Dendoncker leave, citing his reliability as a squad player. Despite attracting loan interest from Belgium, Dendoncker’s role within the team is valued by the manager.

Potential Departures

Aside from Dendoncker, forward Jhon Duran is also facing the possibility of leaving Aston Villa due to a disagreement with Emery. This could open up the opportunity for the club to seek a backup for Ollie Watkins in the upcoming transfer window.

Villa’s Progress

Under Emery’s management, Aston Villa has experienced unexpectedly rapid progress, currently sitting in second place in the Premier League. A potential win against Everton could see them move level on points with table-toppers Liverpool.

Ahmed Asmar

Hello, I'm Ahmed Al-Asmar, a sports writer specializing in sports news. Over the years, I have dedicated myself to studying and following various sports, gaining valuable expertise in analyzing and presenting sporting events to readers in a clear and engaging manner.
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