Very little was heard in the Betic orbit, but quite a lot in the Nervionense environment. The truth is that neither Andalusian side will play, but will return to the Premier League through Unai Emery.
Aston Villa’s sporting director, we’re talking about Monchi, has won a transfer sought by both Sevilla FC and Sevilla FC Real Betis. Although it was Club Nervion The one who insisted the most on his inclusion, given that the player in question was a member of Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, will not make it into José Luis Mendilibar’s squad.
Monchi is credited with being in charge of the operation and Frenchman Clément Lenglet is a new player from Aston Villa. Without the usual paperwork, the defender is the fifth signing the Cadiz manager has signed for the rogue group. The details of the operation below.
Clément Lenglet, new Aston Villa player with Monchi’s stamp
After pushing the French defender so much away from FC Barcelona, Deco has finally knocked the player out of orbit, if only for this season. From the Barcelona offices, they wanted the operation to be a permanent transfer as the defender has one of the highest salaries in the Culé team and also Xavi doesn’t have it at all.
Specifically, Clément Lenglet will come to Aston Villa on loan for this course, but without a mandatory purchase option. Of course, the England team will be responsible for paying 80% of his salary while the rest stays in the Blaugrana team’s salary pool. It’s a small win for Barca’s sporting directors, who have been trouble-free for a year.
Lenglet and a new journey in the Premier League, this time with Aston Villa
Last season, the French defender played for Tottenham Hotspur and gained the trust of Antonio Conte in the process. While the Italian coach was there, he started most of the games, showing his level. He continued to gain starter status following the departure of the former Inter Milan, on orders from Cristian Stellini and Ryan Mason.
In other words, Clément Lenglet has adapted quickly to the Premier League and perhaps that was one of the reasons Unai Emery asked for his signing. Most likely, he will start alongside Pau Torres, who has also just arrived at Aston Villa. Of course, the competition won’t be easy as there’s Ezri Konsa, Kortney House, Diego Carlos and Tyrone Mings.
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