Scoring against Chelsea! ‘Here We Go’ Villa transfer confirmed → ‘Friendly Team’ Manchester City also laughed

Aston Villa sign Morgan Rogers.

European football transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano posted on his SNS account on the 30th (Korea Standard Time), “Rogers is moving to Villa. A verbal agreement with Middlesbrough has been finalized. After the last offer, Middlesbrough accepted the offer and now he has left the training ground to fly. The medical test will take place within 24 hours, and the signing is imminent.”

He is a semi-professional striker from England. Despite his solid physique measuring 187 centimeters, he boasts fast speed, daredevils, and active movements. He is an intelligent player who adequately fulfills the demands of his coach in any position with multi-resources capable of handling entire areas of attack.

He changed teams several times. He grew up in West Bromwich Albion (WBA) and moved to Manchester City in recognition of his talent in the 2019-20 season. He gained experience with Manchester City teams by age, and in the 2020-21 season, he left for Lincoln City in the third division, scoring six goals and four assists in 28 games 토토사이트.

Since then, he has been on loan for several games. He had tough road to Manchester City’s top flight and gained hands-on experience at Bournemouth and Blackpool.

Prior to this season, he moved to Middlesbrough. He scored the potency goal here. Rogers immediately became the mainstay and has seven goals and nine assists in 33 matches including the Cup. In the second leg of the semifinals of the previous English Football League Cup (EFL Cup), he scored a goal against Chelsea.

The transfer fee is about 15 million pounds (about 25.3 billion won) including options. Manchester City’s “friendly team” also made people laugh at Rogers’ move. Because of the sell-on clause. According to David Onstein of The Athletic, a British media outlet, Manchester City had inserted a 25 percent sell-on clause into Rogers’ contract. If the transfer goes smoothly, Manchester City will receive 25 percent of the total transfer fee.

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