Tottenham Hotspur coach André villas-Boas is willing to table an offer of 14.5Million euros for . Tottenham need a player to add more firepower as they have relied too much on Welsh wonder Gareth Bale this season. It appears that Villa is also being courted by rival North Londoners Arsenal and Atletico Madrid. More on Tottenham’s bid for David Villa
North London club Arsenal are still very much interested in Barcelona striker David Villa reports london daily newspaper ‘Metro’. Arsenal threw in the towel regarding any possible move for Villa after hearing the words that the player was intransferable. However Josep Maria Bartomeu has stated that he hopes Villa will continue at the club but if he isn’t comfortable, a solution will have to be found.
FC Barcelona have made it clear that they want a minimum of €20Million Euros for the striker David Villa. Spain’s top scorer Villa wants regular first team football and is not getting it at Barcelona so wants out. The Spaniard runs out of contract in 2014 and Barca will either have to sell him in the summer, with a host of clubs already lined up to sign him, or let him go free the following year.
North London club Arsenal are busy getting ready to make a move for Barca striker David Villa if we are to read correctly what the tabloid newspaper The Sun has to say. Villa could be heading to the Gunners to team up with Santi Cazorla for a fee of around 12Million euros. Vilanova still doesn’t want the Spaniard to leave despite not counting on him as in the past.
David Villa, Barcelona’s unsettled striker, looks set to decide his future in June according to Barcelona sources. Tito Vilanova has had great difficulty placing him in a team full of quality players and it looks like Villa is destined to be the fall guy. Premiership interest has been from Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool – all vying for the services of the 30 year old.
As the January transfer window looms, there is much talk on whether David Villa will leave the Barca nest and fly off to pastures new. We discuss the player’s options if he were to go to Chelsea. Obviously, Chelsea have the cash to splash, but what might interest both parties is a nice little loan deal for a few years.
The future of ex Valencia star and Barcelona forward David Villa looks bleaker than ever at the moment. Coach Tito Vilanova doesn’t count on him for important matches and Villa is becoming increasingly agitated by being left out on the bench. David Villa looks like he’ll be leaving soon and may leave in January.