Aston Villa’s heavily coveted Fabian Delph won’t be sold in January

According to the Express, Aston Villa will not sell midfielder Fabian Delph for a cut price in January.

Manager Paul Lambert has revealed the club have no intention to sell the England international, despite his contract expiring in the summer. Liverpool and Tottenham are two of many sides interested in Delph, but the Villa boss will not let his most prized asset exit Villa Park for cheap.

“Even if anybody came in, you would never let them go cheap or anything like that. Would any amount of money tempt me? No. They’ll not go anywhere in January. It’s my say. Was that my recommendation to the owner Randy Lerner? Absolutely,” he said.

Delph wants to play European football next season, while also hoping to better his chances of being a mainstay in the England national team, so he has reject a contract put in for him this season.

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