Aston Villa coach Dean Smith is not expecting more signings before tonight’s transfer deadline.

The window closes for clubs to make moves for players from clubs outside at 11 pm today.

Werder Bremen striker Milot Rachika He was reported to be in “advanced negotiations” with Villa yesterday.

Reports in Germany reported that an agreement was nearing completion with some details to be settled, with the German newspaper Bild claiming that Rachika might change its stance on villa Move in after an excellent start to the season.

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villa They were eager to bring in Rachika but walked away from a bargain in September Because of Kosovo’s international demands for wages.

Rachica is likely a hot topic on today’s transfer deadline day, as the player is also tracked by Bundesliga trio Bayer Leverkusen, Wolfsburg and Leipzig.

A move to a villa doesn’t look like it will be imminent, despite Jota’s departure on Saturday.

“No, not really,” Smith In response to a question about letting Jota open the door for another player to come.

“Jota was a player I worked with before and I couldn’t give him minutes here with the quality we have in the club at the moment.

“I have Bertrand Traore Who came and Anwar al-Ghazi are on the bench as well.

“I’m not sure there will be more entry before the window closes.”

Smith pressed the players out, adding, “I’ve said before, we can’t store players.”