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Aston Villa shut in on club-record deal for Arsenal goal Emi Buendia and may ‘take them to the subsequent degree’, says Gabby Agbonlahor


Aston Villa have proven an actual intent by clinching a club-record deal for Norwich ace Emi Buendia forward of a ‘rival in Arsenal’, talkSPORT was informed.

A deal value within the area of £38million has been struck with the newly-promoted Canaries, with the Argentine ahead already agreeing private phrases and finishing his medical in his homeland.

Buendia is set to depart Carrow Road – but Arsenal will not be his destination


Buendia is about to depart Carrow Highway – however Arsenal is not going to be his vacation spot

The 24-year-old, lately named Championship Participant of the Season after inspiring Norwich to promotion, has been on the Gunners’ radar since January.

The Athletic report that the switch, which can embrace a number of add-ons and a sell-on clause, will surpass the earlier £25m report charge Norwich obtained for the sale of Ben Godfrey to Everton final summer time.

And Villa favorite Gabby Agbonlahor couldn’t conceal his delight whereas discussing the upcoming switch – which is anticipated to be formally introduced on Sunday – on Saturday’s Kick Off.

“I feel it’s an amazing signing. To have overwhelmed Arsenal to it, makes it that bit higher,” Agbonlahor informed Faye Carruthers.

Buendia can take Villa to the next level, according to club legend Agbonlahor


Buendia can take Villa to the subsequent degree, in accordance with membership legend Agbonlahor

“Villa are an enormous membership and he needs to take them to the subsequent degree.

“He’s an amazing participant and he can add much more to that attacking menace that Aston Villa have [already] received.

“They’ve received Trezeguet who’s out for a very long time with a long-term harm, so that they wanted somebody to come back straight in and present that kind.

“[Ross] Barkley was disappointing for the second half of the season, so Aston Villa have in all probability thought to themselves it is a nice likelihood to get him and never lose him to in all probability a rival membership in Arsenal.”

Arsenal failed in their bid to keep Odegaard on a permanent basis

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Arsenal failed of their bid to maintain Odegaard on a everlasting foundation

The Solar lately reported that the newly-promoted outfit accepted that Buendia would go away this summer time and wished £40m for the Argentine, who bagged 15 targets and 16 assists within the second tier in 2020/21.

Arsenal confirmed earlier this week that Martin Odegaard will return to Madrid following his profitable mortgage spell on the Emirates, which left a spot of their squad for Buendia to fill.

Villa is also confronted with the same emptiness if captain Jack Grealish leaves on this window amid hyperlinks to Premier League champions Manchester City.


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