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Leon Bailey, who now sits fourth in the Premier League, has acknowledged that he might be persuaded to join a “bigger” club.

The Jamaican winger was rewarded for a strong season in the Midlands and just signed a new contract with Aston Villa in February.

In all competitions, Bailey has tallied 10 goals and ten assists. He is just five goals shy of his career high from his season with Bayer Leverkusen in 2020–21.

Unai Emery will be eager to hold on to the 26-year-old, who is crucial to Villa’s effort to place in the top four and earn Champions League football, but it might not be that simple.

Bailey talked on the “Let’s Be Honest” podcast on how critical it is to keep getting better and spreading awareness of Jamaica and Jamaican football.

Bailey gave an explanation for why it may be alluring to move to a team that is eight spots and 17 points lower in the table than Villa when asked if he could see himself following fellow countryman Dujuan Richards at Chelsea.

In England, there are elite teams known as the “big six.” The Chelseas and the Arsenals,” he uttered.

“Playing in the Premier League has always been my ambition, and I am doing so right now.

Who wouldn’t want to visit a large squad? Do you realize the significance of that, particularly coming from Jamaica, for the nation? especially considering who I am.

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