Agbonlahor wants Aston Villa to sign Leeds duo as relegation looms

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Gabby Agbonlahor wants Aston Villa to sign Leeds United duo, Raphinha and Kalvin Phillips, after their 3-0 defeat to Chelsea on Wednesday night.

The ex-Villa striker posted on Twitter that he wants ‘£30 million for both’, as Chelsea were rolling in the goals at Elland Road.

Leeds are currently sitting in the Premier League’s relegation zone and, as things stand, they are heading back to the Championship with only two games remaining.

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Listen Leeds let’s talk business!! I want Phillips and raphina! 30 million for both they won’t play in champ again!!! Email me!

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Leeds will lose Phillips and Raphinha if they are relegated

Whether Leeds stay up or go down, Villa are seemingly interested in Phillips – recent rumours suggested that he could be signed for as little as £30 million.

If the Yorkshire side are relegated, then there is no doubt that they will lose their star players, Phillips and Raphinha included.

The problem facing Jesse Marsch is that his team can’t stop conceding goals and players getting sent off.

Dan James joined Luke Ayling in the suspension room yesterday following his dangerous tackle on Chelsea midfielder, Mateo Kovacic.

At the end of the day, if Leeds are relegated, then their injuries, lack of signings in January or back in the summer, goals conceded and heavy demands on players has played a part in their downfall.

Whilst Leeds fans will hope Phillips stays on their books and helps them earn promotion again.

At the end of the day, the boyhood Leeds fan is an England international now, and with the 2022 World Cup around the corner, Gareth Southgate won’t be selecting him whilst he is bossing proceedings in the Championship.

In other news, ‘No longer the priority’: Fabrizio Romano claims Arsenal have gone cold on ‘sensational’ player

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