Reason why Former Leicester City Star Exit For Premier League


Youri Tielemans, the former midfielder for Leicester City who won the FA Cup, is expected to depart Premier League team Aston Villa after reportedly having a falling out with the management of the team, according to Football Insider writer Pete O’Rourke.

After leaving Leicester City following their relegation to the Championship, the 26-year-old moved to Villa Park in the summer, but life under Unai Emery has not been easy.

Tielemans joined Aston Villa in an attempt to play in Europe and keep his spot on the Belgium national team, but things haven’t gone as planned, raising questions about his future at Villa Park.

Although the Belgium international has played in every Premier League match this year, he has yet to make a starting appearance for the team, always coming on as a replacement. In a similar vein, Tielemans has only missed one game while starting for the team in the European Conference League and EFL Cup.

Tielemans was on loan from AS Monaco when he came to the King Power Stadium in January 2019; six months later, the move became permanent. The Belgian was a four-year member of the team when he scored the winning goal in Leicester’s FA Cup final victory over Chelsea with a stunning long-range strike and won the Community Shield.

The midfield player recently discussed his challenging beginning at Villa Park in an interview with Birmingham Live, saying

I informed the manager that I came to Villa to play, but the situation is not pleasant. I know he understands, but for now he wants to play with the two midfielders from the previous campaign. He informed me that a series of games will be released soon, and I will receive more.

It is doubtful that a manager will alter a strategy that is working for him, which explains why the Belgian isn’t a frequent starter at Villa Park. This is a result of performers like Boubakar Kamara, Douglas Luiz, and John McGinn.

Aston Villa is now going through a very successful phase, therefore it will inevitably get to a point where some players don’t get as much playing time as they would like. It’s simply football; this has nothing to do with the player. Sadly, Tielemans is in this situation, and it gives him two choices.

In the end, he had the choice to either push through or stay and defend his position at Villa Park.

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