Aston Villa trio among 9 Prem players who could still leave this month
The Premier League transfer window may be closed until Jools Holland hits our screens in the New Year, but luckily for the likes of Salomon Rondon, Nathan Redmond and Morgan Sanson, there are still a few escape routes available for players desperate for a fresh start. and a new challenge.
Teams in Russia and Turkey can still sign new players until Thursday’s deadline. The Greek window closes next week. The likes of Porto, Sporting Lisbon and Benfica, meanwhile, have until September 22n.d complete your own squads.
So here are nine players who could still be out before October rolls around.
Nathan Redmond – Southampton
After playing just one minute of football in Southampton’s first six games of the new season, who can blame Redmond for considering his options? The former England under-21 international has agreed a one-year deal with Besiktas, with the Turkish giants paying a “nominal” fee to release Redmond from the final 10 months of his St Mary’s contract (Daily Mail).
According to reports, there will be a significant pay cut in Redmond as well. Besiktas are offering less than half the £65,000-a-week he reportedly earns on the south coast.
Morgan Sanson – Aston Villa
Sanson’s proposed move to Espanyol failed at the eleventh hour recently. The forgotten £16m man will be praying that history doesn’t repeat itself after sinking further down the pecking order at Steven Gerrard at Villa Park.
Galatasaray want Sanson on loan.
If he comes to Istanbul, he will join a whole host of famous players in red and yellow. Gala have already signed Lucas Torreira, Sergio Oliveira, Dries Mertens and France international Leo Dubois, while Mauro Icardi is also on his way from Paris Saint-Germain.
Amazing Nakamba – Aston Villa
Who knows; if Arsenal hadn’t gone for Douglas Luiz on the last day of the window, Nakamba might already have said goodbye to life in the Midlands. Gerrard has reportedly blocked the Zimbabwe international from joining Nottingham Forest or Fulham amid concerns over Luiz’s future.
With the former Manchester City youngster now certain to stay until January at the earliest, Aston Villa are unlikely to stand in Nakamba’s way if he catches the eye of clubs in Greece, Turkey, Russia or Portugal.
Frederic Guilbert – Aston Villa
A few months ago, the former Fulham target indicated that he did not expect to play for Aston Villa again. This prediction may turn out to be right on the money. Guilbert has not been seen in claret-and-blue for over two years and is currently training with Villa’s second string.
But, although not for a lack of trying, the rarely seen right-back is still stuck at Bodymoor Heath, with a number of Ligue 1 clubs opting against freeing Guilbert from his Villa Park shackles. A player of his caliber – the 27-year-old shone on loan at Strasbourg last season – deserves more than to waste five months of his career dusting away in the reserves.
Salomon Rondon – Everton
For Pete O’Rourke, the Venezuela veteran is a target for a number of Turkish clubs with the transfer window still open.
Few at Goodison Park – including Frank Lampard himself – will be too unhappy to see Rondon go. Tellingly, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin absent, the Toffees boss opted to field Anthony Gordon and Dwight McNeil in the middle rather than turning to a man who lost a yard of pace he didn’t have in the first place.
Caglar Soyuncu – Leicester City
Two years ago, Soyuncu was one of the most exciting young defenders in the Premier League. After a flawed 2021/22 campaign, the Turkey international can’t buy a start these days, even as Leicester continue to bleed goals at a remarkable rate. Soyuncu was not included in Brendan Rodgers’ squad for Sunday’s 5-2 defeat at Brighton and Hove Albion.
However, a move to Galatasaray in September does not seem likely as things stand Cimbom instead he approached Kaan Ayhan.
Loic Mbe Soh, Cafu, Lyle Taylor – all of Nottingham Forest
Last month Josh Bowler and Hwang Ui Jo left Forest to join their sister club based in Greece on loan. They are unlikely to be the last to take the well-trodden path from Nottingham to Piraeus.
“I understand they want to send a few more players out (to Olympiakos),” explains reporter Graeme Bailey.
“This is possible because the Greek window still has a few days left. I expect at least another couple to go on loan to Olympiakos in the next week.”
The most obvious candidates, Soh, Cafu and Taylor, have played just six minutes of Premier League football between them in the 2022/23 season. A load of new arrivals at the City Ground during the summer transfer window means last season’s three winners have no choice but to leave this month if they want regular first-team football between now and the New Year.
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