Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce is hoping to delve into the loan market and snap up some Premier League talent before the end of the month.
According to the Derbyshire Telegraph, Bruce is keen to look at players who will not be getting many chances in the top flight, and has reportedly eyed up moves for Tammy Abraham, Robert Snodgrass, and Yannick Bolasie.
The Villans were saved late in the transfer window by new investment after a miserable summer on the whole in terms of transfers, but now, and armed with fresh cash, Steve Bruce can look to the top flight once again as he seeks improvements to his squad.
Bruce used a similar tactic last season as he signed Robert Snodgrass, who impressed before moving back to West Ham this summer, and Villa fans will no doubt be keen to see Bruce once again bring in players of the similar quality that Snodgrass brought.
Villa have gotten their season off to an excellent start this year with two wins on the bounce, and ran out last minute winners at home to Wigan yesterday.
Villa fans, what do you think? Who would you like to see signed in the coming weeks? Let us know in the comments!
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