FA chief on Aston Villa’s radar as Midlands giants eye radical revamp

Whoever gets the job will sit alongside Bernstein, Lord Mervyn King and former boss Brian Little on the football board, which will sit below the club’s main board.

But their might be stumbling blocks to landing Ashworth.

He could be reluctant to leave the FA for a Championship club and the new head of football operations will have limited control over the first team.

The manager will report directly to former FA chief Bernstein, who has been instructed by new chairman Steve Hollis to take the major football decisions.

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