Tag: Morgan Sanson

Assessing Villa’s January transfer window as Emery influence takes shape

With the January transfer window now closed – Unai Emery’s first as Aston Villa boss – we’re left to analyse and debate the success of…

Villa confirm another exit as bit-part ace leaves on loan

Aston Villa have confirmed that Morgan Sanson has joined Strasbourg on loan until the end of the season. It’s been a struggle for the 28-year-old…

Exit touted as bit-part Villa ace set to leave on loan

Aston Villa midfielder Morgan Sanson is reportedly set to join Strasbourg on loan for the rest of the season, but it’s suggested that there is…

Another Villa exit touted with quintet given green light to leave

Aston Villa boss Unai Emery is reportedly open to allowing Calum Chambers to leave the club as he continues to stamp his mark on the…

Unai Emery on Danny Ings exit, leaves door open for Villa duo to leave too

Aston Villa boss Unai Emery has confirmed Danny Ings is set to leave the club, and explained his reasoning for giving the move the green…

Doubt cast over touted exit for Villa ace

Despite being heavily linked with a departure this month, a move to Montpellier for Aston Villa midfielder Morgan Sanson is seemingly not such a certain…

Emery leaves door open for double Villa exit

Aston Villa boss Unai Emery has revealed he has had discussions with Morgan Sanson and Ludwig Augustinsson over potential exits from the club. Having already…

Loan exit touted for Villa midfielder

Aston Villa midfielder Morgan Sanson is reportedly edging closer to an exit with a loan move to Montpellier being discussed. The 28-year-old arrived from Marseille…

Five key talking points after Villa’s dismal FA Cup exit vs Stevenage

Aston Villa’s woeful run in the FA Cup continued on Sunday in a 2-1 defeat to Stevenage, with Unai Emery undoubtedly having plenty to ponder…

Villa player ratings vs Stevenage: Trio awful in shambolic FA Cup defeat

Aston Villa suffered a 2-1 defeat to Stevenage in our FA Cup third round tie on Sunday, after a late collapse saw us throw away…