Aston Villa are in a huge spot of bother after being guaranteed to be relegated this season and given the lack of ambition at Villa Park, it is hard to see them win a promotion in immediate future.
Remi Garde’s position is another worrying aspect for The Midlands club. The Frenchman is keen to quit the club before they get relegated, according to The Telegraph.
Garde came in with a lot of promise when he replaced Tim Sherwood at Villa Park. However, things have not worked according to the plan as Villa have only won 3 games under Garde’s charge and now he wants to quit the club.
After listening to his concerns, Villains will make a managerial decision in next 24 hours which will see Garde allowed to leave his job as the Aston Villa manager.
With just 7 games left in the season, it will be hard for Randy Lerner and his team to find a manager who is willing to stick with the club in Championship football next season.
According to Telegraph, Steve Bruce and David Moyes are the top two candidates who might be willing to take over at Aston Villa despite the obvious prospect of Championship football hanging over the club.
Villa’s official statement is expected to follow as early as Monday morning so that club can hire an able replacement before Premier League kicks off next weekend. Villa take on Chelsea in their first game after the International Break.