Austin Villa Squad Numbers 2022/2023: Jacob Ramsey may be wanted as Lucas Dagne and Diego Carlos are fighting for the key shirt.

Aston Villa plans to expand its ranks in the coming weeks to complete what it has already done to bring in Robin Olson, Diego Carlos, Bobacer Kumara and Philippe Coutinho on permanent deals for just مختصر 1. 50 Million Elsewhere, Villa is also set to announce its new castor kits for the upcoming season after signing a “multi-year deal” with the Mercy Side sportswear giant.

Before the new season, Birmingham Live Steven Gerrard looks at the squad numbers available for the new style group, with many slots left vacant before 2022/23.

After selling Matt Target’s Newcastle for £ 13 million, the No. 3 shirt is ready to go. The number will likely go to Lucas Dagan, who may return from his current villa number 27. DeGeneres has been ranked No. 3 in previous clubs, Lille and Roma. He was 12 at Everton, 19 at Barcelona and 21 at PSG, while internationally, he tends to be the No. 18 shirt. However, No. 3 has also been praised by new boy Diego Carlos. The Brazilian made a name for himself by wearing the same number for Nantes before becoming No. 20 during his time in Sevilla. Diego Carlos’ Instagram profile is also ‘d.carlos03’.

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Elsewhere, fellow newcomer Bobkar Kumara donated the No. 4 shirt in Marseille, the current number picked up by the injured defender Ezra Concepcion at the Villa. In his three caps for France, Kumara has taken the No. 13 shirt that is currently vacant at the Austin Villa.

Other notable numbers include the number 9 shirt. Lone-out striker Wesley was given away at the start of last season but that popular number will be empty as his loan at the International SC in Brazil will not expire until January 1, 2023. Take the same number, while Gerard is hoping to add another center forward to his ranks before the transfer deadline.

Other vacant lots include No. 14 (formerly Connor Horihane), No. 22 (Bjorn Engels), No. 26 (Martinez in 2020/21), No. 34 (Jake Doyle-Hayes) and No.37 (Mungo Bridge). Are ).

Jacob Ramsey, meanwhile, may be in line to upgrade, knowing he has his No. 41 shirt with him since 2018. Morgan Sanson’s No.8 Ramsey can be offered. Coutinho was No. 23 in the past and, with Amy Bondia retaining No. 10, he could choose to retain that number.

Here is a reminder of Villa’s current squad numbers from last season, the list of which will be updated weekly, followed by the opening match of the Premier League season in Bournemouth on Saturday 6th August.

Aston Villa squad number from last season. The players in the brackets have borrowed money.

1 Amy Martinez

2 Matti Cash

3

4 What is Ezra?

5 Tyrone Mangs

6 Douglas Louise

7 John McGann

8 Morgan Sunson

9 (Wesley)

10 Amy Bondia

11 Oli Watkins

12 (Jed Steer)

13

14

15 Bertrand Traver

16 column chambers

17 (Trezeguet)

18 (Ashley Young) *

19 Great Nakamba

20 Danny Ings

Leon Bailey celebrates with Danny Ings during the Premier League match between Aston Villa and Everton.

21 (Anwar al-Ghazi)

22

23 Philippe Coutinho

24 (Frederick Gilbert)

25 Robin Olson

26

27 Lucas Degne.

28 (Lower Clinic)

29 (Kaine Kesler Hayden)

30 Courtney House

31 Leon Bailey

32 (Jaden Fellows-Bedis)

33 Carney Chuckwemica

34

35 (Cameron Archer)

36 Lamare Bogarde

37

38 Wiljami Sanesalo

39 (Canon Davis)

40 (Aaron Ramsey)

41 Jacob Ramsey

Jacob Ramsey Celebrates After Scoring His Team'S First Goal With Ashley Young During A Premier League Match Between Norwich City And Austin Villa On Cairo Road.
Jacob Ramsey celebrates after scoring his team’s first goal with Ashley Young during a Premier League match between Norwich City and Austin Villa on Cairo Road.

44 Philip Marshall

45 Ben Christine

46 Caleb Czechoslovakia

47 Tim Erugbnam

49 Hayden Lindley

50 Sil Swinkels

58 Tommy O’Reilly

59 Josh Fanny

* Ashley Young has not yet signed the new agreement.

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