Aston Villa keen on Carlos Soler

Unai Emery’s Aston Villa are interested in acquiring the services of Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Carlos Soler ahead of next season.

According to Fabrizio Romano via CaughtOffside, Aston Villa are looking to further bolster their squad following an impressive campaign which has seen them qualify for the Champions League. They are expected to make quite a few moves in the summer and PSG’s Carlos Soler is one of the players they could go after.

Soler came up the ranks at Valencia and made a name for himself while playing for their first team before making a move to the French giants in the summer of 2022. Unfortunately, the move to PSG hasn’t really gone according to plan.

He hasn’t been able to establish himself as a regular in the team and has only had limited game time over the two seasons. While he still has three years left on his deal with the French club, transfer expert Romano believes it is over between him and PSG.

Romano’s take on Soler’s future

While talking about the Spanish international’s future, Romano said: “I expect Carlos Soler to leave this summer, it’s over for him at Paris Saint-Germain. Aston Villa are interested – the reports on this are true, but there also clubs in Spain so the situation is really open there. He could be one to watch this summer, for sure.”

Soler has failed to cement his spot in their first team and the Paris-based club will look to offload him in the summer as they prepare for another busy transfer window. With PSG ready to sanction the 27-year-old’s departure, Aston Villa have emerged as a potential destination.

Aston Villa interested in Soler’s services

Unai Emery’s team are expected to make a few big moves in the summer having qualified for the UCL. They will look for opportunities to bolster their squad, and Soler’s situation is of interest to them.

Despite the fact that he hasn’t reached the expected levels at PSG, Emery is looking to bet on him. Soler was a consistent performer for Valencia back in the day and he could return to his best following a move to Villa Park.

No doubt Villa would love to sign the Spanish midfielder as he will add experience and depth but they are not the only club keen on his services. There are clubs from Spain who are also interested, as a result, Romano feels the race is still wide open.

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