The 25 years old homegrown player of Manchester United, Tom Cleverley is currently out on a loan deal with Aston Villa. Cleverley has already experienced going through a number of different clubs on temporary contracts some of these clubs have been: Leicester City, Watford, Wigan Athletic and latest one is Aston Villa but according to the English midfielder, he believes that his career with Manchester United is over.
After having signed Angel Di Maria, Ander Herrera, Daley Blind, Luke Shaw and RadamelFalcao it was going to be extremely difficult for Tom Cleverley to get a consistent spot in the starting XI lineup of Louis van Gaal and other clubs in the Premier League started to get interested in signing Tom Cleverley as the English midfielder had no space left in Manchester United and Aston Villa signed him on a loan deal but it’s now being revealed that Cleverley can join Aston Villa on a permanent deal.
Aston Villa’s head coach Paul Lambert said: “We have an option on Tom. We have not gone into great detail but he has played well. He was the one lad who was busy on Saturday [at Everton]; he has so much to offer’’
“He’s a good guy, a good professional and does everything high tempo even when he trains. Whatever happens in January will happen, the option is there but we still have a couple of months to go. I just want him to play well here and enjoy it and that’s what he is doing which is half the battle. It’s not been an easy start playing at a new club but come January we will see.”
A permanent move to Aston Villa would be the best option for everyone in this case as Cleverley does seem to be playing much more relaxed and better overall in Aston Villa while Manchester United can receive a cash injection by selling a player that they have no plans to use in their immediate future and Aston Villa can sign a young and talented midfielder that can help in their journey of securing an Europa League spot.