Aston Villa hoping to sign Weston McKennie and Matias Soule

Aston Villa are interested in signing Matias Soule and Weston McKennie from Juventus during the summer window.

According to a report from Gazzetta Dello Sport via SportWitness, Aston Villa are looking to raid the Italian club for the two players and it will be interesting to see if they can get the deal done.

The American international is reportedly valued at €15 million, whereas Soule will cost around €30 million. Both players have been important first-team options for Juventus and it will be interesting to see if Villa can secure an agreement for them.

The West Midlands club managed to secure Champions League qualification for the next season and they will need to improve their squad during the summer transfer window. They will be hoping to do well next season and impress in the Champions League. Aston Villa will have to plug the gaps in their squad in order to do well in the Premier European competition.

Meanwhile, Aston Villa will look to push for the domestic trophies as well. They have a talented squad at their disposal, but they will need to add more quality and depth to the side.

McKennie and Soule would improve Aston Villa

McKennie and Soule have the quality to improve them and it will be interesting to see how the situation develops. The American international midfielder will add defensive cover and drive in the middle of the park. As far as Soule is concerned, the Argentine attacker is regarded as one of the finest young attacking talents in European football right now and the 21-year-old could develop into a key player for Aston Villa.

They have been overly dependent on Ollie Watkins for goals and creativity this past season. They could use more support and depth in the attacking unit. Soule will add goals and creativity to the side. The 21-year-old is likely to improve with coaching and experience. A move to the Premier League could accelerate his development.

There is no doubt that the two players have the quality to justify the €45 million investment in the coming seasons, and it will be interesting to see if Villa can get the deal done.

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