REPORT: Douglas Luiz Set for New Contract as Manchester City Buy Back Option Not Triggered

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Aston Villa are poised to offer Douglas Luiz a new four year contract according to John Percy.

The Brazilian midfielder has impressed since arriving from Manchester City. City have a buy back option on the Brazilian but Pep Guardiola currently has no plans to trigger that option.

Aston Villa Hoping to Tie Down Douglas Luiz to a New Contract

Brazilian Luiz Has Shone in the Villa Midfield

Villa are confident of keeping the Brazilian. He was Villa’s best player during project restart, playing an instrumental role as Villa secured their Premier League status.

Villa’s number six grew better and better as the season progressed. He is a popular player with both the management team and the fans. The Brazilian is vital to how Dean Smith wants Aston Villa to play.

His industrious play and excellent passing allows Villa to get forward and create chances. He is renowned for looping balls into wide areas and striking fierce efforts from outside the box. Project restart highlighted how much better defensively the Brazilian has become. His reading of the game has majorly improved and, furthermore, embodied the fight and passion Villa fans wanted to see.

Luiz’s impressive performances helped Villa secure Premier League safety. Both he and Dean Smith will hope to progress in the new season. He will be a vital cog in the Villa midfield when the season kicks off in September.

Douglas Luiz Worthy of a New Deal

His outstanding performances have underlined why Villa are hoping to tie down the Brazilian to a new deal. The potential stumbling block could be City’s buy back option, but Villa will be confident they can iron out those issues.

A new deal for Luiz highlights Villa’s determination to keep hold of their best players. Luiz is an integral player and is loving life in the Midlands. He has settled into English football well, and he will be confident of continuing his impressive displays in the near future.

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