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Villa keen on Richardson deal

Published 10/07/2014 | 15:48

Kieran Richardson could be available for a modest fee following Fulham's relegation
Kieran Richardson could be available for a modest fee following Fulham's relegation

Aston Villa are closing in on Kieran Richardson in a move which would reunite the midfielder with former manager Roy Keane.

Press Association Sport understands Villa are close to striking a deal for the Fulham player, who has 12 months remaining on his contract at Craven Cottage and could be available for a modest fee following their relegation.

Should Villa manage to reach agreement, the 29-year-old would once again find himself working under Keane, who recently accepted manager Paul Lambert's offer to combine his role as assistant to Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill with a similar position at Villa Park.

Keane knows Richardson from their time together at Manchester United, and paid £5.5million to take him to Sunderland in July 2007 after taking over as manager at the Stadium of Light.

The former West Ham trainee, who left Wearside in a £2million switch to Fulham in August 2012, was a member of the Cottagers squad which slipped out of the Barclays Premier League at the end of last season.

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