Alan Hutton says Aston Villa could sell Keinan Davis for £ 10million if that happens

Davis vs. Norwich

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Davis vs. Norwich

Keinan Davis looking to get out of Aston Villa until summer as Nottingham Forest gets closer to loan, and Alan Hutton believes Villa could make a lot of money from his sale if his temporary stint at the City Ground was successful.

The 24-year-old has lacked form, fitness and playing time this season, ending up behind Ollie Watkins and new boy Danny Ings in the pecking order. Davis has only scored one Premier League goal in 34 games, so he could do better against championship defenders.

Lavishness aside, Davis has certain qualities. He’s a quick striker who’s skilled at holding the ball, so he should do a light job of second tier opponents. Davis is currently valued between £ 2-4million, but Hutton offers him to make Villa big money in June and July.

He said Football initiate: “I think it’s a small price. This is because he had his injury issues. He was unable to play for the team for an extended period. I think that’s where it came from.

“For Villa, I think if they can get him out to a suitable club on loan for the rest of the season, wait and see what happens this summer, then his value could probably rise.

” He has everything. Its capacity is there for all to see. It’s all about staying in shape. Teams are not going to spend £ 10million on a player they can only have five games per season. It’s about him going out there, proving himself and going from there.

Davis made a total of 86 appearances since joining Villa from Biggleswade Town in 2015, scoring just six goals with seven assists. He’s only played in the first-team once this season and it was an 11-minute appearance from the bench in early November.

It remains to be seen if he can turn the tide on loan.

In other news, fans on social media say ‘let him go’ as Axel Tuanzebe nears January release

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