Friday media watch [29.06.12 PM]: Albrighton fitness in focus
Express & Star: Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is set to revamp the club's scouting network. Clubcall: Brett Holman is aiming to make his mark at Aston Villa with a combination of his Australian mentality and Dutch playing skills.
Clubcall: Paul Lambert is set to overhaul the scouting network at Aston Villa as he looks to earmark some future signings.
Express & Star: Brett Holman today claimed the skills he developed as a player in Holland combined with his Australian mindset will help him adjust to life in the Premier League at Aston Villa.
Clubcall: Marc Albrighton has confirmed that he is over his injury problems and will be fit for the start of Aston Villa's pre-season on July 5.
Clubcall: Former Aston Villa defender Carlos Cuellar is set to snub interest from Sevilla to become Sunderland's first signing of the summer.
Goal.com: Aston Villa midfielder Marc Albrighton says he has regained fitness in time for pre-season training ahead of the new Premier League campaign.
Setanta Sports: Marc Albrighton has confirmed that he is over his injury problems and will be fit for the start of Aston Villa's pre-season on July 5.
Clubcall: Queens Park Rangers are getting ready to offload full-back Luke Young only a year after signing him from Aston Villa.
Setanta Sports: Former Aston Villa defender Carlos Cuellar is set to snub interest from Sevilla to become Sunderland's first signing of the summer.
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BBC Sport: Spain midfielder Cesc Fabregas is wary of the threat posed by Italy's attack as the two countries gear up for the Euro 2012 final on Sunday.
BBC Sport: Mario Balotelli has described his match-winning performance in Italy's Euro 2012 semi-final victory over Germany as "the best night of my life".
Sky Sports: Sky Sports sources understand Tottenham are set to complete the signing of Iceland international Gylfi Sigurdsson next week.
BBC Sport: West Brom have signed goalkeeper Ben Foster from neighbours Birmingham City for an undisclosed fee.
Sky Sports: Former manager Harry Redknapp thinks Luka Modric is 'irreplaceable' for Tottenham amid ongoing reports the Croatian is this summer set to move to Real Madrid or Chelsea.
*The extracts on this page are taken from various newspapers and media outlets. They do not necessarily reflect the views of Aston Villa.
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