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Ki Heading For Villa Park?

Ki Heading For Villa Park?

Former Sunderland loanee, midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng, could be about to sign for Aston Villa if reports are to be believed.

The 25 year old was at the Stadium of light for the whole of last season on loan from Swansea City and during his time on Wearside he impressed all at the club.

There was hope that Ki might have been on Gus Poyet's shopping list, but according to the Telegraph, it's Villa manager Paul Lambert who is on his trail after holding talks with the player and his agent.

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Writer:JoJo
Date:Monday July 14 2014
Time: 6:01AM

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If this is true I hope he has got a flowery shirt and a pair of flared trousers, he'll need them in Birmingham so he will fit in.
roggy
14/07/2014 06:19:00
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He was a bit slow for my liking, not a great loss
smegma
14/07/2014 06:21:00
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The reason he got slow towards the end of the season was because he was playing with an injury. I hope we try and get him still.
Barry Green
14/07/2014 06:26:00
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Still got the injury in his knee, I've read that he cant train
Book Thief
14/07/2014 06:28:00
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