Aston Villa are third in the Championship table and fighting for a play-off spot this season. The midlands club has collected 69 points from 36 games and are 8 points above the required number to qualify for the play-offs. They are also just 7 points off the top of the table.
They have produced a mean defence this time and have conceded only 33 goals in 36 matches. The Villains have the third best defensive record in the league and are looking set to play in the Premier League next season. It is in coordination with such circumstances that Aston Villa are reportedly ready to bolster their side by considering a move for Joe Bryan of Bristol City. Bryan has been highly impressive for the Championship side and has been scouted by many suitors including big boys from the English League like Tottenham Hotspur and Everton.
Joe Bryan has been one of the key figures in Bristol City’s impressive campaign to push for the promotion to Premier League. He has provided a lot of threat offensively while staying motivated on the defensive end. His entire career has been played out with the Robins with over 220 appearances so far, making him one of the biggest academy success stories. He has a versatile presence on the left flank and is capable of providing the side with the depth they need to control the tempo of the game. He has played over 40 games scoring 5 goals in the process.
His beautiful strike gave the Championship side the 51st minute lead against Manchester United in the Quarter Final stage of the EFL League Cup, a testament of his impressive technical abilities. Bryan is also a remarkable defensive presence with an average of 3 tackles per game in the league. If Mark Hughes is looking into future talents that he can develop, Bryan is the successful end product who will deliver at the premium level.
Aston Villa played a beautiful match over the weekend beating the top dogs of the Championship in Wolves. They thrashed Wolves 4-1 and have clearly announced their intentions to the playoff competitors.
Making a move for Bryan will only strengthen their side further. At just 24, his future is as bright as Aston Villa’s ambitions to win this season’s Sky Bet Championship title – uncertain but not out of the question.
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