Friday media watch [14.06.13 PM]: Okore on Villa switch
Express and Star: New-boys Jores Okore and Leandro Bacuna today pledged to lead Villa into a new era after a £5m double deal. The pair want to turn Villa back into a Premier League force following their moves to England.
ClubCall: Stephen Ireland is the latest Aston Villa player who looks set to be offloaded by boss Paul Lambert during this transfer window. The Republic of Ireland international midfielder has slipped down the pecking order at Villa Park during Lambert's leadership despite being named the supporters' Player of the Year for the 2011/12 campaign.
ClubCall: New Aston Villa signing Jores Okore insists he was right to turn down Chelsea after agreeing a four-year deal at Villa Park. Jose Mourinho failed in trying to make the former FC Nordsjaelland man his first signing after returning to Stamford Bridge for a second stint in charge.
Sky Sports: New Aston Villa signing Jores Okore believes he was right to turn down Chelsea and make the move to Villa Park. The 20-year-old defender has penned a four-year deal, and revealed that he could have made the move to join the Jose Mourinho revolution at Stamford Bridge.
Sporting Life: New Aston Villa signing Jores Okore believes he was right to turn down Chelsea and make the move to Villa Park. The 20-year-old defender has penned a four-year deal, and revealed that he could of made the move to join the Jose Mourinho revolution at Stamford Bridge.
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