Report: Mile Jedinak agrees terms with new club, will leave Aston Villa

Australia's captain Mile Jedinak (C) injures his ankle against Kuwait during the opening football match of the AFC Asian Cup in Melbourne on January 9, 2015.    AFP PHOTO

Aston Villa midfielder Mile Jedinak played a crucial role for Steve Bruce's side last season.

Mile Jedinak of Aston Villa celebrates with teammate Jack Grealish after scoring his sides first goal during the Sky Bet Championship Play Off Semi Final First Leg match between...

According to Australian news site The World Game, Mile Jedinak is set to leave Aston Villa.

Jedinak has reportedly agreed a deal to leave Villa with an unnamed club.

The Australian international now looks likely to depart Villa Park in the very near future, to join his side new side.

Milos Degenek and Mile Jedinak of Australia celebrate their win during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between the Australian Socceroos and Saudi Arabia at the Adelaide Oval on...

The details of the club Jedinak will join are not entirely clear, although it is thought to be one outside of the most reputed European leagues.

Jedinak played a vital role for Steve Bruce’s side last term, but their financial struggles have put his future in to doubt.

Re-crop of image 874439560) Mile Jedinak of Australia celebrates victory after the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Leg 2 match between the Australian Socceroos and Honduras at ANZ Stadium...

Jedinak is on a contract worth £28,000-a-week, and saving money from paying his wages will be a significant boost for the claret and blues’ budget.

The veteran midfielder has still not returned to pre-season at Villa, as he has been at the World Cup, and it seems that he has now played his last game for the Midlands club.

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