Aston Villa have confirmed that Dominic Revan will spend the rest of this season on loan at Northampton Town.
Villa have been busy in this department over the summer, with a whole host of our talented youngsters securing loan moves elsewhere to continue their development.
As per the club’s official site, Revan becomes one of the latest to do so, as he has joined Northampton Town on a season-long loan deal and will be eager to impress and showcase his quality.
Revan, 20, has come through the youth ranks at Villa and made his senior debut last season, before spending the second half of the campaign on loan at Weymouth.
An injury ensured that loan spell ended earlier than planned, but he now makes the move to League Two hoping to benefit from regular playing time and a more prominent role to help his progression.
The likes of Louie Barry, Arjan Raikhy and Kaine Kesler Hayden have all gone out on loan this summer as they look to build on the success that they enjoyed with the youth team last season at Villa, and ultimately prove that they can make the next step up into the senior ranks.
Villa will no doubt have high hopes for Revan, and so it’s hoped that he can stay injury free this season and showcase his talent ahead of returning to the club next summer.