Blues Targeting Villa Right-Back Bree
Thursday, 31st Jan 2019 13:01
Town are trying to sign Aston Villa right-back James Bree on loan before this evening’s 11pm deadline.
The Sun reported the Blues' interest in the 21-year-old and we understand Town are indeed after the one-time Barnsley man.
Bree has made only eight Championship appearances for Villa this season having joined them from the Tykes in January 2017. He is contracted until the summer of 2021.
Blues boss Paul Lambert has previously said a right-back was one of his January targets with Norwich’s Ivo Pinto linked earlier today, although that report appears more speculative with Bree more likely to become Town’s seventh signing during the window and sixth loanee.
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