Steve Bruce reportedly wants to bring EPL man to Villa Park

Aubrey Yates
January 13, 2018

The Birmingham-based outfit are expected to add a couple of new players to their squad this month, but have limited funds available after spending lavishly in recent windows.

Playing for the first time under the former Middlesbrough manager, Forest had plenty of possession but did not quite have the guile to break down a well-organised opponent.

"He consulted other doctors and other opinions, and we all made the decision to stop treatment".

"We are a bit afraid of injuries, of needs and needing him".

Though, it won't be an easy rest of the season for the player as he is set to join Steve Bruce's promotion pushing Aston Villa.

"But he's our player and will be our player, no chance we give up on such a talented boy but is something we are thinking about a loan until the end of the season".

Scott Hogan of Aston Villa celebrates with Robert Snodgrass after scoring their first goal during the Sky Bet Championship match between Aston Villa and Bristol City at Villa Park

"However, if we look to go down the loan route which has been really positive for us, even at the start of the season with Sam (Johnstone)".

The most significant return was that of Robert Snodgrass, an old Bruce favourite from his Hull City days whose season-long loan from West Ham is working out well for all parties.

But Mourinho admits he is reluctant to let him leave with fellow centre-half Eric Bailly sidelined through injury.

With Eric Bailly still unavailable after undergoing ankle surgery in December, the United boss is now without one of his defensive options and will wait to see if any more injuries kick in at the end of the month before sanctioning any deal.

Nottingham Forest and Aston Villa will face each other at the City Ground in the Championship this evening.

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