When Leander Dendoncker swapped Wolverhampton Wanderers for Aston Villa, the player will have been expected far more game time than he has received.

For example, the 27-year-old has featured just four times under Unai Emery this season in the Premier League, with a total of seven minutes played, and a few appearances in the cup.

That’s why something needs to happen in January, and journalist Sacha Tavolieri brings the latest on the Aston Villa player’s situation on Wednesday.

He explains Dendoncker ‘is no longer in Unai Emery’s plans’ at Villa Park, and will have to find some sort of solution in the next transfer window.

However, Tavolieri reports that the Aston Villa versatile midfielder doesn’t want to leave England and ‘wants to stay in the Premier League’.

An exit is starting to take shape ahead of January, and those in charge at Villa Park are trying to ‘push him’ towards some sort of deal, which is what they are hoping for.

As for stories about a move to Galatasaray, Tavolieri explains Dendoncker has been ‘offered’ to the Turkish club, and it’s something that could interest the player, but the ideal scenario would be to find something in England.