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Aston Villa player’s most recent remarks imply he won’t return to the team.

Though Leander Dendoncker’s January transfer from Aston Villa to Napoli sparked rumors, his situation with the English team has only become more murky in light of his most recent remarks.

Dendoncker seems to have misinterpreted the circumstances, even though his exit from Villa was just temporary, and he has spoken as though his days at Villa are over.

Dendoncker moved to Napoli as part of Aurelio De Laurentiis’s grand plan to revitalize the Italian champions, but his time in Serie A has been, at best, uneventful. He’s been the target of severe criticism and called a transfer flop by many in the league as he struggles to make an impact on the field.

Dendoncker’s recent remarks have been clarified by reports from Area Napoli, which suggest a discrepancy between the midfielder’s reality and perception. Due to Napoli’s lack of interest in a long-term contract, Dendoncker is expected to return to Aston Villa; yet, his latest remarks imply a total disengagement from the English team.

“The city is famous and extraordinary,” he said to Area Napoli. The locals are extremely passionate about both football and life. Although I play physically, I am also skilled at recovering the ball and moving forward to support the attackers.

Busquets is an inspiration to me. Specifically, I remember him from his time at Barcelona. I spent five years as a player in the Premier League, and because I was a player there, I continue to watch the league. Especially Aston Villa.

Given that Dendoncker has a contract with Villa that runs until 2026, his future is likely to be linked to the Birmingham-based team. But his comments, which are heavy on the past tense and a feeling of closure, provide a very different impression. Dendoncker doesn’t seem to understand how fleeting things are of his departure, or maybe he’s purposefully putting Villa out of his mind for unspecified reasons.

Dendoncker has only made 36 appearances for the Villans since leaving Wolves.

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