Over the weekend, we carried a report from La Voz de Galicia, who claimed that Aston Villa ‘have an agreement’ with Nemanja Radoja and it is now between the English outfit to agree a fee with Celta Vigo for transfer in January.
On New Year’s Eve, Faro de Vigo reported the defensive midfielder is in ‘conflict’ with his club as he has six months left on his contract.
Having rejected an opportunity to sign an extension in the summer, the 25-year-old has not made a single appearance in any competitions for his side.
Catalan newspaper Mundo Deportivo now brings another update on the Serbian as they once again mention the Championship side are ‘interested in getting’ his services.
It is known the player will leave his current employer as a free agent next summer, but the report mentions there is a possibility of Radoja leaving the Spanish side in January.
He wants to negotiate his exit with Celta and an operation for Aston Villa to secure his services ‘would not be very high’ in terms of fee.