Aston Villa supporters are still eagerly awaiting Tyrone Mings to put pen-to-paper and complete a permanent transfer to the Midlands outfit this summer.
If you were to check Aston Villa’s official Twitter account on a regular basis, you would realise that it’s inundated with supporters urging the club to ‘announce Mings’.
Well, that message has seemingly spread to one of Mings’ former teammates, Kortney Hause, who recently penned a permanent contract with the Midlands club.
The former Wolves man was asked on his personal Instagram account how he would react if Mings doesn’t sign for the club, and his response was pretty simple:
Mings and Hause formed a strong central defensive partnership for Dean Smith last season and they will want to continue in their ways in the Premier League.
Hause’s signature is signed, sealed and delivered, with Mings one of a very few loanees yet to make his move to Villa Park a permanent one.
Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham was another success story at Villa Park, but he is seemingly going to fight for his place at Stamford Bridge.
Despite that slight disappointment for the Villa Park faithful, they will be delighted to hear that the Birmingham Mail are reporting that Villa have opened talks with Bournemouth about the possibility of signing Mings.
The message from Hause has been sent loud and clear, and it is backed by thousands of other Villa supporters, but they will be well aware that it’s a case of when not if with Mings.