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Aston Villa midfielder Danny Drinkwater sent home after training incident

Aston Villa midfielder Danny Drinkwater sent home after being involved in a training incident with Jota at the club’s training ground on Tuesday.

The troubled footballer could be sent back to Chelsea for an altercation during a session which included players who were not involved in Dean Smith’s side’s 4-0 defeat away at Leicester on Monday.

A decision is set to be made over the coming days about Drinkwater’s future at Villa, his current loan deal from Chelsea is due to expire at the end of this season.

He is set to be fined two weeks’ wages for head-butting Jota according to reports and he can’t play for another three weeks.

The player is not allowed to face parent club Chelsea at Villa Park on Saturday.

Their game against Newcastle which was scheduled for Saturday the 21st has been postponed with the Geordies in the FA Cup quarter-finals.

The following week is an international break for friendlies and Euro 2020 play-offs, should they go ahead, meaning Drinkwater will not be available to play again until Villa face Wolves on the 4th of April.

He was also involved in an attack outside a Manchester nightclub during his spell at Burnley last year, an incident which saw him out for a few weeks.

Aston Villa midfielder Danny Drinkwater sent home

Drinkwater has made four appearances for Premier League strugglers Villa since arriving at the club on January 7.

The ex-Leicester player will not feature in Villa’s Premier League clash against his parent club Chelsea this Saturday.

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