Aston Villa are looking forward to some positive results in the next term and they have started working on it by bringing in some good players ahead of the next season to strengthen their squad and make it one of the prime contenders to win the Championship in the next term. They have already bagged a legendary player like John Terry who will be captaining the side for the next season and are monitoring more players to boost the attacking part as well.
The Championship side, who finished in a lowly 13th position in the last term, are eyeing a number of players from the Premier League sides who have been performing well in the last few terms. One such player is Liverpool’s Ryan Kent, who has been playing for the Championship side Barnsley in the last season on loan and has been pretty impressive in the role of winger throughout the season.
The 20-year-old, who has been one of the brightest talents in English football in the last few years, has played only a single senior side match for Liverpool so far. However, it seems that it will take some more years for the youngster to be completely integrated by the Reds in their starting line-up, as the player is almost set to be sent on loan once again, the taker being Aston Villa this time around.
The player is known for his darting runs down the right-hand side of the pitch into the heart of the defence, causing problems on a regular basis in the attacking third with his pinpoint crosses and passes. The 20-year-old is also a very good shot maker and can be lethal from the distance as well as from close range to score goals and keep his team in the lead.
He played 44 matches for Barnsley in the Championship last term and had three goals to show for his efforts. He also made three assists throughout the season for his teammates, providing them with opportunities to score goals. His valiant efforts were highly praised by his teammates and the Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp, who is looking to let the player go on loan as he wants him to get more first team games under his belt before he is ready to play for the Reds in their senior side.
He will no doubt be a good addition to Steve Bruce’s side for the next term, who are in desperate need of players who can boost their attack for the next term, making it a successful one for them in terms of results.
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