Aston Villa wants to sign Ross Berkeley to a permanent contract after some fan buyers and his stunning life began from the blue life.
Berkeley, who signed a loan from Chelsea last week, made his debut for Dean Smith on Sunday night with a 2-2 hammering of Liverpool.
It’s a bold call, the Villa’s head coach to replace Connor Hurricane Berkeley after a former performance at Fulham, but the switch has now been switched off.
Berkeley could have added more to his solo goal against Liverpool but his overall performance shows why Villa were keen to bring him to the club.
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Like all loan signatures, the player has an inevitable fear of returning to their parents’ club.
Earlier, Manchester United’s Axel Tuanzebi and Chelsea’s Tommy Abraham starred in the 2018-07 promotion season only to return to their clubs.
He has three years left on his contract with Chelsea at Berkeley and will not be cheap if Villa want to buy him directly at the end of the season, especially if he continues how he started.
Some Villa supporters want to see a permanent deal for Berkeley.
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“Make sure he signs permanently,” added another: “Hopping could move to Berkeley permanently.”
A third fan said: “Sign Barclays permanently.”
“Keep Berkeley permanently if he continues,” said another, “him and Jack Grillish are great together.”
“I’m already nervous about not getting Berkeley permanently,” said a fifth supporter.