Chelsea star set to permanently sign a new deal with loan club
By Micahchukssy2017 | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 673 views
Chelsea attacker Ross Barkley is reportedly set to sign a permanent deal with Aston Villa side, after his move to the club during last summer on loan offer.
The England international has performed incredibly at Villa this season, and could be a fine signing for Dean Smith’s side after rediscovering his best form in recent times.
Barkley struggled to play regularly for Chelsea, but is now taking his opportunity to impress and it could lead to a big move at the end of his loan spell.
According to Sky Sports, Aston Villa are planning an ambitious summer spending to sign Barkley and also tie Jack Grealish down to a new contract.
It remains to be seen how realistic this is, however, as the report adds that it could mean Villa smashing their transfer record by paying as much as £40million to Chelsea for Barkley before transfer deadline.
Thomas Tuchel recently replaced Frank Lampard as manager at Stamford Bridge, and it remains to see if he will be keen to take a look at Barkley, before making a decision on his future.
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