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Wednesday media watch [27.02.13 AM]: Weimann in the news

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Wednesday media watch [27.02.13 AM]: Weimann in the news

Birmingham Mail: Andreas Weimann's contract talks are not expected to be finalised until the end of the season. The Austrian forward has dined that he has rejected a new offer at Villa who are keen to tie the 21-year-old down to a four-year deal.

Birmingham Mail: Gabby Agbonlahor reckons Jordan Bowery has got what it takes to be a future Villa star. The 21-year-old is yet to make an impact for the first-team but has been impressing his team-mates in training.

Daily Star: Tottenham and Arsenal are keeping tabs on Andreas Weimann.

Mirror: Andreas Weimann has warned Manchester City that Aston Villa will be coming out "fighting" in their bid to beat the drop. Villa are back in the bottom three, but the Austrian forward, 21, is pumped up for the Premier League champions' visit on Monday.

Daily Mail: Former Aston Villa and West Ham striker John Carew, 33, is set to join Inter Milan on a short-term deal.

ClubCall: Andreas Weimann has reacted quickly to reports he wants to leave Aston Villa in the summer by saying they 'are not true'. The 21-year-old Austrian forward, who has just under 18 months left on his £15,000-a-week contract, has enjoyed a successful campaign on a personal level having scored ten goals already for Paul Lambert's struggling side.

ClubCall: Gabby Agbonlahor is adamant that Aston Villa will avoid relegation this season 'if we keep fighting as a team'. The 26-year-old England international forward is desperately looking to play his part in helping Paul Lambert's side escape the clutches of the relegation zone in the final eleven games.

*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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By @AVFCOfficial 27th February 2013
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