The newspaper indicated in its report issued on Friday morning that in the event of agreement on the personal provisions for the player’s transfer to the Turkish club, Davila will present the matter to the management of the Aston Villa team.
She wrote that Galata Saray wanted to borrow Trezeguet (25 years) for two seasons with the item Eligibility Purchase, but if a villa stuck to loaning its wings for only one season without the eligibility to buy, the Turkish club would not mind.
Newspaper explained fanatic Turkish earlier that Galata Saray would negotiate officially to obtain Trezeguet.
Davila said earlier about his client’s future: “So far, there has been no official negotiation with Galata Saray.”
“If Aston Villa (falls to the Premier League), Galatasaray may be an important choice for the player. Maybe then we will talk. We’ll see what happens at the end of the season.”
Aston Villa, the European champion in 1982, is struggling to stay in the Premier League and occupies the penultimate position and face Arsenal and West Ham United in the last two rounds.
Trezeguet, the former Al-Ahly and Anderlecht player, has been playing his first season in England since he left Turkey’s Qasim Pasha in 2019.
The Africa Cup 2017 runners-up with the Pharaohs participated in 34 games with Villa, scored 6 goals and sent 3 assists.