Report claims Aston Villa have made an approach for 37-cap international - originally posted on Aston Villa are looking to sign Christian Benteke this month. The Premier-league/' title='Premier League News'>Premier League side are in desperate need of a striker and they want to bring the 37-cap Belgian international back to the club. Wesley has been ruled out for the season and Smith needs a replacement now. As per Het Belang van Limburg (translated by Sportwitness), Aston V...

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