George_ wrote:Aaron Tshibola is likely to make a move away from Aston Villa in the January transfer window with the midfielder eyeing up loan moves.
The midfielder who signed from Reading in the summer on a four-year deal has played only once since Steve Bruce took over from Roberto Di Matteo.
Anyone take him back (on loan)? Still think a midfield 3 of Williams-Tshibola-Swift would be up there with the best in the league IMO.
OLLIE KEARNS wrote:A great Premier League for sure ? On what evidence do you base that ? He's played 42 games most of which were for Hartlepool and can't currently get into the match day squad for a mid table championship team. The only thing for sure is that he remains with potential but from where he is now to a great premier league player is a significant step up.
He got a lucrative 4 year contract at Villa based on potential (and good luck to him with that) but I'm sure he'd have been much better served playing a full season at Reading in terms of long term fulfillment of that potential.
windermereROYAL wrote:Greedy little sod listened to his agent and jumped ship after we stood by him through a long injury lay off at the first chance he got. bugger him, hope he ends up on the scrapheap.
Royalwaster wrote:sandman wrote:Stranded wrote:May well be in the minority here but nah - he jumped ship at the first opportunity and don't see the benefit of bringing him back on loan to help get him back in the picture elsewhere, unless there is a guaranteed buyback clause that we can chose to activate on not.
Jumped for more money before he'd even fully proven himself here.
+1 ... never take a Judas back.
Hound wrote:I'm not sure its necessarily attitude issues as such. Not seen any evidence of that previously
I think he'd played just about every game for MK Dons until that admittedly stupid sending off. Wonder if the boss went on one at him for it and he reacted or something along those lines
anyway, would be a shame if he didn't turn it around. Did some good things for us, and that 5m we got for him was probably pretty crucial for our finances last year
Stranded wrote:Question on this - as MK terminated his season long loan, could he play for Villa now or will he have to wait until the Jan window at least? Not that he'll play anyway but interested if anyone knows the rules around that.
Nameless wrote:Stranded wrote:Question on this - as MK terminated his season long loan, could he play for Villa now or will he have to wait until the Jan window at least? Not that he'll play anyway but interested if anyone knows the rules around that.
Technically a loan can only be ended during a transfer window, But there is a clause which allows the Football League to approve an early end to a loan on a discretionary basis. Not sure whether that would apply in this case, but it’s there.
A loan player can still play for his parent club in non first team matches while on loan so Tish can play U23 games for Villa until January.