Christian Benteke has betrayed Villa by handing in a transfer request

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What is the right move for Christian Benteke?

Date: 9th July 2013 at 12:06pm
Written by Liam Close

After helping Aston Villa secure Premiership football for another season, there has been a lot of speculation regarding Christian Benteke's future. The Belgian forward is wanted by a host of top clubs. Benteke has revealed that he would be tempted to leave if Villa receive an offer from a top club.  His decision is simple. Either he stays at Villa Park and continues to play every week and learn, or he moves to a top side and tests himself. Benteke can do a job for a host of sides. The big striker has good feet, is strong, very good in the air and has become clinical in front of goal. He is wanted by Arsenal and ... Read More

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  • Mr. Blue
    9 months ago

    Although he possesses the rights to decide but after a successful season which enhances his capability and now submit a transfer request seems too soon. Hopefully he will not establish himself as a “single season” player reputation.

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  • Son Lyme
    9 months ago

    So a young manager blows most of his limited transfer budget on an unknown kid. Happy kid signs four year deal happily. Gives the untried kid a start over much more experienced players. Keeps picking the kid even when others question it. Publicly backs the kid to come good. Kid starts coming good. Kid finishes good. Manager vindicated. Kid’s next step. Sod my nine month old contract – I want a move.

    And you don’t see that as an act without honour?

    There is no hope.

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  • Oluwasegun Kolade
    9 months ago

    wake up guys. this is football. he wants to move ahead when the situation presents itself. he will be grateful to aston villa for ever but aston villa signed him cos they needed him, he delivered beyond expectation for them. if he decides to move on just wish him all the best and move on. players will come and go. playing in a big club is better for any footballer..

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  • Oluwasegun Kolade
    9 months ago

    arsenal’s problem is in the core of the team. they dont have a strong winning mentality. they need a total overhaul keeping just cazorla, podolski, arteta, wilshere and koscieny..they need to buy class and winners. (comparing this team to that that went unbeaten)none of the present players would have been able to get a shirt in that squad.

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