Aston Villa loan man wanted back by League One side for next season

Edgar Town’s manager, Gary Caldwell, expressed his desire to retain

, an Aston Villa loanee, for the upcoming campaign.
Last summer, Exeter City made a quick move to acquire the goalkeeper on a temporary basis.

Since then, the 22-year-old Sinisalo has made 46 appearances for the League One team across all competitions, 41 of which have been in the league.

According to DevonLive, Caldwell stated, ”

INVERNESS, SCOTLAND – OCTOBER 24: Viljami Sinisalo in action for Ayr United during a Scottish Championship match between Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Ayr United at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium, on October 24, 2020, in Inverness, Scotland (Photo by Ross MacDonald/SNS Group via Getty Images)

I will keep him here forever if he wants to stay, but that might be difficult.” He’s well-liked by all the guys and staff, and he gets along great with Kevin Miller and the other goalies.

Remember that Vil was sent back from a Burton loan last season, so our efforts have been excellent. We wish him continued success in his career and will be happy to have him back here the following year if that is his desire.

Aston Villa loanee wants to return to Exeter City
What Aston Villa has planned for Sinisalo this summer will determine Exeter’s prospects of enticing him back to Devon.

Under Unai Emery, he is unlikely to make the team, and another departure would make it easier for him to return to the first team on a regular basis.

With two caps under his belt for his nation, the Finland international has established himself as the starting quarterback for the Grecians under Caldwell this season.

As a youth from Espoo, he joined his parent club in 2018 and has since made two appearances for the Midlands team.

During the 2020–21 season, Sinisalo received his first loan out, going on to play 22 games for Ayr United in the Scottish Championship.

Caldwell is gonna have to find a new stopper if they can’t get him back.

The Grecians are ready for their road match against Leyton Orient tomorrow night. They have been playing well lately and have gone six games without a loss.

They are presently ranked 12th in the table and, even though the play-offs are far off and they don’t have anything to play for, they aren’t showing any signs of slowing down before the summer.

The club may go through another period of transition with both arrivals and departures during the upcoming transfer season.

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