Aston Villa are facing a real battle to keep some important players this summer thanks to their financial predicament.
It seems likely, too, that they are going to lose such battles in certain cases with the likes of Jack Grealish seeing plenty of speculation around his name at the moment.
Meanwhile, one of the more recent rumours concerns Jonathan Kodjia.
The striker was injured much of last season and could only score once but he is a powerful presence and on form can give most defenders in the league a problem.
According to the Express and Star, then, both Leeds and Newcastle are linked with the forward as the pair look to improve their attacking options in 18/19.
That said, we asked Villa fans on Twitter to reveal whether they’d be more gutted if he moved to Yorkshire or Tyneside and it looks as though there’s only one winner:
????️ ASTON VILLA FANS…
Who would you be more gutted to see Kodjia join? Leeds or Newcastle? ????#AVFC
— FLW News Hub (@FLWNewsHub) July 12, 2018
This makes sense, too.
Villa, despite their issues, will still harbour hopes of a play-off place this season coming.
Letting a player like Kodjia go to Leeds would only make their task that bit harder, too, so if he leaves most would clearly rather he went to Tyneside.
Thoughts, Whites and Villans fans? Let us know below!
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