Bruce "absolutely delighted" to be staying with Villa


Arsenal legend and former Sky Sports pundit Thierry Henry has been strongest linked to becoming the next Aston Villa manager.

Bruce has several faults, but at the end of the day, he gives Aston Villa the best chance to succeed, at least initially.

Sawiris is said to want "day-to-day" involvement in the football club.

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Bruce and the Villa team travelled separately to the friendly clash with West Ham at Walsall on Wednesday evening following the meeting.

Bruce did not speak to media after the match, but Hammers winger Robert Snodgrass, who played for Bruce at Hull, hailed the decision.

"Aston Villa can confirm manager Steve Bruce has met majority owners Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens and will continue as manager with their full support", read an official club statement.

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"We're aware with that type of player that there's going to be lots of interest, but all I can do is say to him that I want to keep our best players if we can", said Rowett.

There are serious problems mounting off the pitch at Villa, with failure to land promotion back to the Premier League causing the club major financial difficulties.

The 57-year-old's future has been uncertain since Dr Tony Xia flogged a controlling 55 per cent stake in the club to Egyptian billionaire Nassef Sawiris and American financier Wes Edens last week.

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According to the Star, Henry is on the verge of replacing Steve Bruce as the owners do not have faith in Bruce's ability to lead them back into the Premier League.