12:33 AM EDT, Tue July 26, 2016
7500 To Holte Jul 8, 2016

Aston Villa complete signing of former Manchester United trainee

Pierluigi Gollini has signed a four-year contract at Aston Villa after officially completing his move from Hellas Verona. “I am very pleased to have brought in Pierluigi.” “We have managed to sign him despite the fact he was being chased by a number of top sides and that is a great sign.” “He’s a young man but has plenty of experience and I’m sure he’ll prove to be an excellent signing for the Club.” - RDM speaking to AVFC The twenty-one year old shot stopper will now head to Austria to link up with Aston Villa’s senior squad and offer competition to Mark Bunn, Jed...
7500 To Holte Jul 1, 2016

Report: Villa seeks to fill goalkeeper void with young Italian starlet

Villa should certainly be in the market for a new goalkeeper, with a report from Italy suggesting Roberto Di Matteo could be in for 21-year-old Hellas Verona goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini. With England out of Euro 2016 and the Copa América finished, it’s time for all of us to partake in our true favourite summer pastime: combing through transfer rumours! If there’s one position above any other Roberto Di Matteo and Aston Villa need to focus on more than any other, it may be the goalkeeper slot. Brad Guzan’s been miserable for the last 18 months or so, and Mark Bunn is a serviceable...

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