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Transfer chief makes big admission about Aston Villa target

Birmingham Mail logo Birmingham Mail 24/06/2019 Alex Dicken
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James Justin will be allowed to leave Luton Town if the deal ‘benefits’ the Hatters.

That’s the view of Luton’s recruitment chief Mick Harford, who has played a key role in Justin’s journey to the Championship.

The 21-year-old full-back is attracting plenty of attention from the Premier League with Aston Villa known to be among his admirers.

However, the Villans face competition for Justin’s services with Leicester City said to be interested in snapping him up.

“If it benefits us to sell James Justin, then James will be sold, but it's a case of someone putting in the right bid,” Harford told Sky Sports.

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Ultimately Justin’s future depends on the bids Luton receive this summer, but Harford has his own thoughts on the defender’s next step.

He added: “James is a real level-headed kid and if he does go, I believe he will choose the right football club that will be better for him and beneficial for him to enhance his career.”

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