Aston Villa have ‘no plans’ to move for Bournemouth’s David Brooks in this transfer window, according to reporter Gregg Evans from the Athletic. 

The Midlands club have been linked with a move for the highly-rated Cherries man but are not pushing to sign him this month.

Brooks, who is 23 years old, will inevitably be tipped for a move away from Jason Tindall’s side whilst they are playing in the Championship.

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However, if they can gain promotion back to the Premier League this season then their chances of keeping the Wales international long-term will greatly increase.

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Brooks joined Bournemouth in July 2018 and has since played 63 games for them in all competitions, chipping in with 12 goals and 10 assists during that time. He signed a new long-term deal with the second tier promotion hopefuls in March 2019 so they are under no financial pressure to cash in on him.

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The Warrington-born man started his career as a youngster in the academy at Manchester City before crossing the Pennines six years ago to sign for Sheffield United.

He had a loan spell in non-league at FC Halifax Town before breaking into the Blades’ first-team. Brooks went onto play 37 games for the Yorkshire side before Bournemouth paid £11.5 million to sign him three years ago.

Brooks has been a hit with the Cherries and it is no surprise to see top flight clubs being interested in him. However, Bournemouth can rest easy for now with Aston Villa ruling out a swoop for him over the next two weeks.

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