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Weimann Villa future in doubt

Andreas Weimann's agent has cast doubt over the striker's future at Aston Villa, saying he has been the subject of offers from other Premier League clubs.

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Andreas Weimann: Striker set for talks over his Aston Villa future

Andreas Weimann: Striker set for talks over his Aston Villa future

The Austrian is entering the final year of his contract and Villa are desperate to tie him down to a new long-term deal.

A host of Premier League clubs have been keeping tabs on Weimann's contract situation and are weighing up moves for the 21-year-old this summer.

Weimann's agent, Rob Groener, revealed the forward will remain in the Premier League, but conceded it may not be at Villa Park.

"Andi will stay in the Premier League but at which club I don't know," Groener is quoted as saying in The Sun.

"There are offers but we'll first meet Villa."

Weimann is set to hold talks with the club early next week once the season is over after Villa secured their Premier League status for another year.

"The club and I agreed to no more talks until it was certain we were safe," said Weimann.

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