Often in the footballing world, a club under transition often fails to recognise the need for a long-term planning and it is the quick fixes that lead to more damage and crumbling. The Steve Bruce era at Aston Villa in the midlands has seen a new dawn of optimism. Languishing at the thirteenth place with 6 points being the gap for the play-off places and with the January Window fast approaching, Villa would not only like to add to the depth but also they would certainly not want one of their prized assets to go.
Jordan Amavi’s apparent indecisiveness with possible interest from Everton and Marseille looms large and the Villains are sweating over it as even a worthy backup isn’t among the squad. Amavi’s rise after a long period on the sidelines has made him cement his name on the starting eleven and with Villa’s future still uncertain he might be tempted to move.
Reports from across England insist that Aston Villa have set their sights on one of Championship’s most renowned fullbacks Robbie Brady. If Villa have indeed looked into Brady and made a move, it is absolutely commendable finally because it not only shows their intentions for long term planning but also their concern for immediate stabilisation of a particular place that is in jeopardy.
Brady has emerged has a bright player and when used correctly, he sings tunes unmatched on the left side. He not only fits the tactical plan of Steve Bruce but he adds to the spice and creates another dimension of attack going forward.
That extra bit of flair and movement with quality passes is really needed and no one comes better than Brady. Along with that, he has that killer left foot of his which can be used efficiently. He can be a great asset during set pieces and also having said that Villa’s forwards can look forward to some quality delivery from the left.
This would also mean that Aston Villa doesn’t have to sweat in the January window concerned over a particular place. It is apparently said that a bid around £10m is being prepared to tempt the Republic of Ireland international to move over.
Brady brings a vast amount of experience and if someone has the desire and motive to push for promotion, getting in Brady would be the right call undoubtedly.
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