Five days ago announced, the club's record was officially broken today. Emiliano Buendia became the highest-paid player in the history of Aston Villa. Norwich will receive 35,000,000 euros, and in the future, there could be ten more on the account of potential bonuses.
The transfer period in the Premier League has just begun (transfers with foreign clubs cannot be made official before the first of July), and Villa transferred the excellent season of football fields to the summer market.
Everything that the Argentine wing did in the Championship last season, and which can be seen through the statistics through 15 goals and 17 assists in 39 games, suggests that the Birmingham team did an amazing job. "Emiliano has just finished a flawless season in the Championship where he participated in 32 goals for his team and won the title of player of the season."
"He can play as a winger or ten with equal quality and he is a great addition to our existing attacking options. We are excited about this quality player in the early stages of the transfer window and we are looking forward to being with us throughout the pre-season, "said Villans coach Dean Smith.
Last summer Last summer, Aston Villa spent 101,000,000 euros on bringing in football players and mostly made great moves. Ollie Watkins arrived for 34,000,000 and scored 14 goals and added five assists in the first Premier League season, Bertrand Traore was paid 18,400,000 and it paid off with seven set and scored goals, Emiliano Martinez (17,400,000) excelled among the goal, Matty Cash (15,750,000) was standard all season.
The only mistake was Morgan Sanson, who arrived for about 16,000,000 from Marseille, as he played only 291 minutes in the Premier League without a concrete effect. Such a scenario will not be repeated with Buendía, who showed in the 2019/20 competition that he can play in the Premier League.
Villa seems to have serious plans for next season and they have set much bigger goals for the future. Given that Villa has not played in Europe for a long time, it seems that they will do their best to change that. Buendia is a player wanted by the much stronger Premier League than Villa, but Villa eventually took the win.
That could mean much better days for the Birmingham club Now they have to bring in at least 2 more players to create a team that could be competitive