Aston Villa debunk rumors of planning sack for manager, Dean Smith as the former Championship side escapes returning to the lower league.
Aston Villa have assured they are keeping Dean Smith after lots of reports rumored the Villans were planning on showing the 49-year-old the door even after saving the side from the relegation zone.
Having secured a huge financial bonus for keeping Aston Villa in the Premier League, Dean Smith will as well get more time to work things out at the Park.
It had been rumored that club owners, Wes Edens and Nassef Sawiris weren’t happy with Dean that he had to war such a relegation battle even after spending over £140m on new players last summer.Embed from Getty Images
But reports on Skysports have disclosed the club owners are in-fact glad their side are still in the Premier League after such a relegation battle and will grant the English man more time to stand the club firm on the upper side of the league table.
Being so amazed with how Dean was able to tighten up Vila’s defense line after the long break, the club owners were ready to stick with him even if they had been relegated.
Conceding just two goals after the break, Dean Smith’s men recorded a remarkable defense performance in their four games unbeaten run that marked the end of the 2019/2020 season.Embed from Getty Images
It’s believed more money will be made available for Smith to strengthen his squad for the next campaign. Manchester United are on the other hand linked to be wanting to secure a move for the team captain, Jack Grealish but Villa has no interest of letting the player leave unless a mouth-watering offer is received.
According to Skysports News, Villa won’t be giving ears to any deal below £60m for their talisman.
- Source: Skysports
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