Aston Villa fans have been responding on Twitter to the latest reported update surrounding the future of Danny Drinkwater at Villa Park.
This comes after Villa fan account @villareport shared a post on their Twitter page relaying news originally published by Sky Sports that a “decision is set to be made over the coming days” concerning the midfielder’s future at the club.
Should Danny Drinkwater's contract at Villa be terminated?
This all comes after the Englishman was reportedly involved in a training ground bust-up with Villa teammate Jota earlier in the week.
This latest update then gathered a lot of replies from Villa fans who were quick to share their thoughts on the situation.
Here’s a sample of Villa fans responding to the post:
A decision is set to be made over the coming days about Danny Drinkwater's future at #avfc. [sky sports]
— villareport (@villareport) March 11, 2020
Hate this guy as much as lescott
— Mr b (@Wayne43181942) March 11, 2020
Taxi for Mr Drinkwater ?
— Michael J Edwards (@MichaelJEdwar14) March 11, 2020
He should be allowed to travel with the team to Chelsea, just not on the return journey…
— Bhavick Ricky Popat (@RickyPopat) March 11, 2020
Since arriving at the Birmingham club, Drinkwater has yet to make a positive impact at the club, with his four club appearances resulting in him being given a current rating of 5.74, making him currently the second-lowest rated player in the squad (per WhoScored). Now that it has been revealed that a decision will be made soon over his future at the club, this has paved the way for lots of Villa fans to share their thoughts on what should happen to Drinkwater.
— . (@Booth_10) March 11, 2020
Get rid need passionate players not confrontational ones
— Robillustrate (@fellrunningover) March 11, 2020
Get him out
— Steve Smaylen (@StevieSmay) March 11, 2020
This issue highlights our problem this season, we are dragging our feet rather than being decisive. Surely Smith and the coaching team witnessed the incident? Get rid, save £60k a week and put it towards clean sheet bonuses for our remaining games
— James Courten (@JamesCourten) March 12, 2020
What do we think?
Things seem to have gone from bad to worse for Drinkwater at Villa, with some poor performances in his first few appearances to now having his future at the club in doubt after just two months at Villa Park. It seems that from these replies, not many Villa fans would be too disappointed if Drinkwater were to leave the club.