'Here we go': Fabrizio Romano says Aston Villa on verge of making 'dangerous' signing, medical imminent. - sportupdate
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‘Here we go’: Fabrizio Romano says Aston Villa on verge of making ‘dangerous’ signing, medical imminent.



Fabrizio Romano declares, “Here we go”: Aston Villa is nearing a “dangerous” signing, with a medical examination imminent.Aston Villa supporters were just treated to a highly anticipated transfer update from Fabrizio Romano.

“Here we go” on Morgan Rogers to Villa Park, Romano announced as he boarded X.The transfer insider claims that the Villans and Middlesbrough have reached a verbal arrangement regarding the winger.


Boro accepted Villa’s final offer, and Rogers is now departing their training facility for Birmingham, Romano further explained.


Additionally, the Italian stated that medical examinations have been scheduled for the following twenty-four hours and, more good news for the Villans, the signing is “imminent.”Rogers has been extraordinarily remarkable in 33 appearances, seven goals, and nine assists for Boro this season under the leadership of Michael Carrick.


His contributions have propelled the Teesside club to the Carabao Cup semifinals and within three points of the Championship’s top six.Morgan Rogers approaches Aston Villa as Fabrizio Romano gives the “here we go” signal.

Villa has been extremely resolved to complete a transfer for Rogers as they attempt to round out a formidable roster this season.


Fourth in the Premier League standings after an outstanding first half, Unai Emery’s squad will be optimistic about their prospects for a finish in the top four.


Additionally, Villa are in the fourth round of the FA Cup, where they have earned a rematch against Chelsea, and the final phases of the Europa Conference League.


It is an incredible opportunity for the “dangerous” Rogers, who would not only be promoted directly to the Premier League but also join a team with genuine silverware potential.Romano’s declaration “here we go” regarding a significant incoming transfer involving your team is virtually ideal in regards to prospective signings.