Connect with us

Aston Villa

Milner, should he stay or should he go?

Yet again we have another will he, won’t he situation in the transfer window and yet again it involves millions of pounds for one of Englands young stars.

Jan. 14, 2010 - 05347619 date 14 01 2010 Copyright imago BPI James Milner of Aston Villa Scores The Opening Goal PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUKxFRAxNEDxESPxSWExPOLxCHNxJPN Football men England Carling Cup League Cup 2009 2010 Blackburn Semi-finals Action shot cut out Single Vdig 2010 vertical premiumd Football.

Milner scoring for Villa

Milner has spent the past few weeks deciding whether to stay with Aston Villa or make a big money move to Eastlands and earn millions with Man City. Money aside, would it be a good move for the England midfielder?

The Leeds born youngster has been at Villa for two years and is enjoying probably his best form in his eight year career in the Premiership. Playing on the right hand side of midfield he has scored ten goals in 72 appearances for the West Midlands outfit and is guaranteed a starting place every week under Martin O’Neill. Why would he want to move to a club where that could not be the case?

He would be joining a midfield that includes Shaun Wright-Phillips, David Silva, Adam Johnson and a young and impressive Vladimir Weiss. Under the new Premier League rules teams have to name a 25 man squad which can only be changed during the transfer window. Will Mancini want possibly five right sided midfield players in his team?

Well with the club rumoured to be prepared to spend upto £30m on the youngster it appears that either the Italian will have five right sided midfielders or someone will be unlucky and miss out on the cut.

England's James Milner in action..FIFA World Cup 2010 Group C..Slovenia v England..23rd June, 2010.

Lets be honest it will not be a surprise if we do see Milner move to City as we all know its all about money in football these days and players sometimes dont move to better their career which is a shame to see.

Here we have a player who has the ability to become one of Englands top players in the future, if he stays with or moves to the right club.

Where would Milner be better off? Staying with Villa or does he need a move to improve his career?

Only time will tell.

Playing in World Cup

(Visited 111 times, 1 visits today)
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Posts

Categories

More Football Sites

More in Aston Villa