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Big blow for Wolves as report claims £29m ace could be Aston Villa bound

Big blow for Wolves as report claims £29m ace could be Aston Villa bound

Wolves could be set to miss out on Leon Bailey to Aston Villa according to a report from BILD.

The Villans have already shown some real ambition in the transfer market this summer.

Wolves seem to be keen to keep up with their Midlands rivals.

Unfortunately for the Black Country outfit, however, it seems as though they could be set to play second fiddle to Villa in the race for Leon Bailey’s signature.

Leon Bailey
Wolves and Aston Villa target Leon Bailey in action for Bayer 04 Leverkusen last season

Aston Villa to beat Wolves to Bailey signing?

BILD reckon that the Villans are stretching ahead in the race for the 23-year-old Leverkusen winger.

That is obviously a real blow for Bruno Lage. He really could have done with someone with Bailey’s talents at Molineux, especially considering Wolves’ woeful record in front of goal in the Premier League last season.

The Jamaica international bagged nine goals and eight assists in 30 Bundesliga outings for Leverkusen last season.

During those appearances, Bailey averaged 1.9 shots, 2.5 dribbles and 1.6 key passes per game.

Leon Bailey
Bailey in action for Jamaica Copyright: xCoryxKnowltonx

He is clearly a player who has a huge influence in the final third. The speedy attacker will be a great signing for whichever club wins the race for his signature for around €35 million (£29 million) according to BILD.

It seems as though he may well be plying his trade at Villa Park rather than Molineux next season, however.

Read also: Villa reportedly contemplating surprise swoop for Man United ace

Villa’s gain will very much be Wolves’ loss.

Stats obtained via Who Scored

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