Silent ‘imminent’ deal

Fenerbahce raised the public’s discontent about his move with reports indicating this Aston Villa Striker Mbwana Samata on his way to the Turkish club.

Turkish site Spore Through Watch the sport They are calling for Fenerbahce to agree on loan terms for the imminent move to Samatta yesterday and that the Tanzanian international is set to join his new club very soon.

This evening Fenerbahce tweeted a video that prompted fans to put two and two together and end up with Samatta.

The 27-year-old has scored once in 14 Premier League matches after moving to Villa from Belgian club Genk during the January transfer window.

Villa coach Dean Smith He recruited first Watkins for £ 28m from the former Brentford club earlier this month and added winger Bertrand Traore to his squad last week.

Villa can still sign another attacking player before the window ends, making Samatta surplus to requirements.

If all goes as planned, it may be announced that Samatta will move to Fenerbahce before the weekend.

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Ismayla walked the last

Dean Smith admitted the door might remain open for yet another Aston Villa signing after Monday’s 1–0 win over Sheffield United.

villa So far, they made four new deals during the summer transfer window with Matti Cash, Olly Watkins, Emiliano Martinez and Bertrand Traore.

He was the art director He was asked about the possibility of more access In his post-match press conference after Premier League Editorial. “It is very likely,” he said. “I’m still arguing with Christian (Borsloe) and Johan (Lange) about getting more but we have to see.”

The last name associated with Watford winger Ismaila Saar.

Sarr did not feature the Hornets in the opening stages of the new season, as he is expected to leave the club after relegation from the Premier League.

Tuesday reports claim Villa are interested in signing a 22-year-old Before the transfer deadline next month.

The same report from France said Liverpool had “agreed” to a deal to transfer Sarr to Anfield.

But Sportsman Jürgen Klopp’s side no longer considered Sar a target after signing Diogo Jota Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Liverpool He had a choice of players But she decided to choose Jota, who on Friday joined in a deal that could reach 45 million pounds with additions.

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Villa linked to Podemir

In Spain, it has been reported that Aston Villa is keen to transfer to Real Mallorca striker Ante Podemir.

Respected port Brand status villa They asked the Spanish side about Podemir’s availability in the final weeks of the transfer window.

Villa wants another addition to the front Dean Smith Team before the October deadline to submit a competition to The club record arrives Olli Watkins.

Podemir, 29, was heavily linked with Villarreal but was said to have toned down their interest, opening the door to a possible switch to the Premier League.

Mallorca is said to be willing to let him go for £ 13.5m after inquiries from Villa and Sheffield United.

Podemir scored 13 goals when Mallorca were relegated from La Liga last season and knows that playing in the second division could weaken his chances of making his debut for Croatia.

He was excluded from the squad due to Mallorca’s goalless draw against Espanyol on Sunday.

Podemir was awarded his senior soccer achievement by NK Inter Zapresic in Croatia before moving to St Pauli in Germany.

He continued playing for Sampdoria and Crotone in Italy before moving to Mallorca – initially on loan – two years ago, where he scored 18 goals in 53 league matches.