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Aston Villa is ready to offload their star Midfielder this summer 

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Aston Villa midfielder Morgan Sanson is linked with a move back to his former employer Olympique de Marseille as per the report in Football Insider

The 27-year-old joined the Birmingham-based club last January for a fee of around £14 million. However, the move hasn’t been a great success for the Frenchman as the midfielder has struggled to find regular first-team action at Villa Park. 

According to the report, Aston Villa are willing to offload Morgan Sanson this summer and Marseille are weighing up a move for the Frenchman. Meanwhile, the report further claims that Steven Gerrard‘s side are ready to endure loss for the 27-year-old. As they would accept a bid in the region of £10 million. 

Meanwhile, the Villans are ready to splash the cash this summer as well in order to back their new manager Steven Gerrard. Having already spent around £330 million since 2019. They are ready to invest £150 million in this upcoming summer transfer window. 

Should Morgan Sanson leave Aston Villa this summer? 

Leaving Aston Villa will be the right decision for Morgan Sanson. After signing for the Villans last January, the first-team appearances have dried up for the Frenchman. And it is necessary for the 27-year-old to play regular first-team football at this stage of his career. 

Meanwhile, Sanson has struggled to showcase his best in the Premier League. And he found it difficult to cope with the high-intensity nature of this league. So, going back to his former club might not be a bad decision for the Frenchman. 

Marseille are looking likely to qualify for the Champions League next season. And playing at the highest level will be enticing for the 27-year-old to join Jorge Sampaoli’s side. 

Meanwhile, despite spending more than £300 million since their promotion. Aston Villa are nowhere near competing for the European places. So, they should be careful about their spending and not make the mistakes that Everton have done. 

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