Tottenham are weighing up the possibility of making a bid to sign Aston Villa central defender and captain Ron Vlaar, the Daily Mail has reported.
New manager Mauricio Pochettino is desperate to strengthen Tottenham’s defensive options this summer, and he has identified Vlaar as a possible target after his impressive performances for the Netherlands at the World Cup, where he marshalled an organised defence and helped his country to ...More
Queens Park Rangers are set to register their interest in Aston Villa captain Ron Vlaar by making a £4m offer for the Dutchman, according to the Birmingham Mail.
Vlaar’s performances have been a key factor in keeping Villa in the Premier League over the past two seasons, where they have fought relegation battles. He went on to be a key man in the Netherlands defence at the World Cup, helping them to the semi-finals, where they lost o...More
Aston Villa are set to offer a new contract to captain Ron Vlaar as they look to ward off any potential interest in the central defender, the Daily Star has reported.
Vlaar has been a standout performer for the Netherlands at the World Cup, delivering a particularly outstanding display in Wednesday’s semi-final with Argentina, although he later saw his penalty saved in the shootout that decided the tie.
His performances in Brazil ha...More
Aston Villa are set to enter talks with Danish international Nicklas Bendtner who is a free agent having left Arsenal at the end of the season, the Daily Mail is reporting.
Arsene Wenger chose to not renew the contract of the Dane, who has struggled to make the impact at the club many had hoped after joining the Gunners at the age of 16.
Having made 171 appearances over 10 years and also spending three separate years away on loan at...More
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has warned other clubs that key players such as captain Ron Vlaar and midfielder Fabian Delph will not be leaving this summer, the Daily Mail has reported.
The Scot’s comments come ahead of the start of pre-season training for his side, with the club still yet to have found a new owner, with Randy Lerner having put it up for sale in May after eight years at the helm.
The failure to find a buyer thus ...More
Roy Keane has said that he is ‘excited and delighted’ at being handed the assistant manager’s job at Aston Villa, role which he will combine with his Republic of Ireland duties, BBC Sport has reported.
The appointment of Keane was confirmed on Wednesday, and he will replace Ian Culverhouse as manager Paul Lambert’s No.2. Culverhouse was dismissed by the club in May after being suspended a month earlier for an unspecified disciplinary...More
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