Aston Villa FC First Team Players and Squad 2023/24

Aston Villa FC First Team Players and Squad 2023/24

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Welcome to our comprehensive guide on the Aston Villa FC Squad for the 2023/24 season. Known as The Villans and The Lions, Aston Villa has a rich history and a passionate fan base. As the summer transfer window comes to a close, we’ve compiled a detailed list of all the new signings and departures at Aston Villa FC.

The 2023/24 season has seen some exciting changes for Aston Villa FC. The club has made strategic signings to strengthen their squad, bringing in talented players from across the globe. Notable new additions include Youri Tielemans from Leicester City, Pau Torres from Villarreal, Moussa Diaby from Bayer Leverkusen, Nicolò Zaniolo from AS Roma, and Clément Lenglet from FC Barcelona12.

These new signings join an already strong squad featuring players like Emiliano Martínez, Matty Cash, Diego Carlos, Ezri Konsa, Tyrone Mings, Álex Moreno, Calum Chambers, Lucas Digne, Kortney Hause, Pau Torres, Josh Feeney, Clément Lenglet, Douglas Luiz, John McGinn, Emiliano Buendía, Leander Dendoncker, Jacob Ramsey, Boubacar Kamara, Tommi O’Reilly, Travis Patterson, Bertrand Traoré, Leon Bailey, and Youri Tielemans.

Stay tuned as we delve into the details of each player, their journey to Aston Villa FC, and what they bring to the team. Whether you’re a die-hard Villans fan or a football enthusiast, this article is your go-to source for all things related to Aston Villa FC’s 2023/24 squad.

Aston Villa new players and signings – arrivals 2023/24

Player Age From Club Transfer Fee
24 €55.00m
26 €33.00m
24 Loan fee: €5.00m
26 free transfer
Clement Lenglet 28 FC Barcelona loan transfer

Aston Villa FC Squad: Goalkeepers

  • Emiliano Martínez
  • Robin Olsen

Robin Olsen joined Aston Villa from AS Roma. Lovre Kalinic was the latest departure who made a move on a free transfer in the summer. Emiliano Martínez is their first-choice goalkeeper. He was injured this year so couldn’t get enough games.

Aston Villa FC Squad: Defenders

  • Diego Carlos
  • Tyrone Mings
  • Ezri Konsa
  • Calum Chambers
  • Lucas Digne
  • Matty Cash
  • Álex Moreno
  • Pau Torres
  • Kortney Hause
  • Clement Lenglet
Aston Villa would like to avoid another near-relegation experience this term. Tyrone Mings and Ezri Konsa has been phenomenal last season and the latter is becoming a dependable partner for the England international. But Gerrard could look for some options to tighten up the left side of the defence.

With players leaving, like the experienced Diego Carlos and Ludwig Augustinsson on loan from Sevilla, Villa have formed a new-look defence this season.

Aston Villa FC Squad: Midfielders

  • Douglas Luiz
  • Leander Dendoncker
  • Boubacar Kamara
  • Tim Iroegbunam
  • John McGinn
  • Jacob Ramsey
  • Nicolò Zaniolo
  • Youri Tielemans

Since the departure of Jack Grealish, Aston Villa struggled to find the best options in midfield. Leander Dendoncker as a defensive midfielder is a great addition to the squad. They lost their two central midfielders in the summer window. The young Carney Chukwuemeka moved to Chelsea and the 31-year-old Conor Hourihane joined Derby. Luiz and Kamara are making quick paces in their adaption to the Premier League while the others have not done so well yet. The midfield has a new look to the side. 

Aston Villa FC Squad: Attackers

  • Leon Bailey
  • Philippe Coutinho
  • Jhon Durán
  • Emiliano Buendía
  • Ollie Watkins
  • Bertrand Traoré
  • Moussa Diaby

Aston Villa brought in Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona for £20 million and the move worked for them so far. He gave the Villans the impetus to get themselves in the EFL Cup. Ollie Watkins and Danny Ings are two prominent central forwards for Villa. Danny Ings left the club this winter.

Aston Villa titles

Villa are one of the only 5 English clubs to be crowned champions of Europe, having won the 1981–82 European Cup. The club’s traditional kit colours are claret shirts with sky blue sleeves, white shorts and sky blue socks.

Domestically, The Lions has won:

7 First Division
2 Second Division
1 Third Division
7 FA Cup
5 League Cup
1 FA Charity Shield
2 Sheriff of London Charity Shield
1 Football League War Cup

In international club football, the club has won:

1 European Cup

1 European Super Cup

And 1 Intertoto Cup

Villa were one of the founder members of the Football League in 1888 and of the Premier League in 1992. They have a fierce rivalry with Birmingham City.

At the end of the 2015–16 season, The Lions had spent 105 seasons in the top tier of English football; the only club to have spent longer is Everton, with 114 seasons. After the 2015/16 season, the club got relegated and has since then trying to get back in the top tier of English football.

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