April 18, 2024

He is one for the future.
While it’s tough not to focus on the current Aston Villa squad’s outstanding performance in the Premier League, sources suggest that the Villans have already begun to consider the future, with an exciting new prospect now on trial at the club.

Aston Villa transfer news

Ahead of the summer transfer window, Villa are in a better position than ever to recruit big players. And it has been mirrored in the current transfer headlines, with recent rumors indicating that the Midlands club is leading the fight to sign AS Roma striker Paulo Dybala this summer. Villa and Unai Emery may grab the summer’s best signing for around £10 million.

Meanwhile, the Villans have been linked with Nico Williams of Athletic Club, who is presently regarded as one of Europe’s and La Liga’s top young talents. So, while it’s evident that Premier League clubs want to improve Emery’s immediate squad, they should also be commended for investing on future stars.

According to Cristian Camilo Ortiz Hoyos, Independiente Medellin winger John Edwin Montano is now on trial at Aston Villa, and the Colombian club has sent club official Federico Spada to Bodymoor Heath to keep track of the situation. It is said to be a source of pride for the club that a player of Montano’s potential now gets the opportunity to play for a club of Aston Villa’s caliber.

Furthermore, the 17-year-old’s trial is said to be going well, with a potential move to Villa on the cards. X account Scouts in Attendance provided an update on the trial this week.

Montano, a potential prospect, may rapidly become a familiar figure around Aston Villa’s training complex if his trial next week goes well.

Montano an example of Aston Villa’s planning

Jugador del DIM se probará en el Aston Villa, ¿de quién se trata?

 

Of course, Aston Villa’s prospective Champions League qualifying puts them in a strong position to lure both Europe’s current best players and those of the future, such as Montano.

The right-winger, who can also play centre-forward, has already made three senior appearances for Medellin ahead of a potential move to Aston Villa in the coming months.

Montano will try to impress Emery at Villa Park by competing in competitions such as the FA Cup and Carabao Cup, with the goal of perhaps making his Premier League debut. That is the teenager’s dream, and the prospect of playing in the Premier League is undoubtedly one of the reasons he is presently on trial in the Midlands.

This time next week, as the Colombian’s trial concludes, we may be talking about Villa’s latest young prodigy, who will be aiming to follow in the footsteps of Jacob Ramsey by breaking into the first squad.

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