Photo: Aston Villa's new owners take down Recon signs at Bodymoor Heath

Dean Smith manager of Aston Villa during a press conference at Villa Park Stadium on October 15, 2018 in Birmingham, England.

Aston Villa have scrapped a deal which saw their training ground renamed.

General view of Villa Park before the Sky Bet Championship match between Aston Villa and Queens Park Rangers at Villa Park on March 13, 2018 in Birmingham, England.

Aston Villa have taken down signs around their training ground which mentioned Recon.

Bodymoor Heath was renamed the Recon Training Ground during Tony Xia’s time in charge, after he sold the naming rights.

However, Villa’s new owners have scrapped that deal, and reverted the claret and blues’ base back to its original name.

Villa’s new owners, Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens, are also said to be not even contemplating selling the naming rights to Villa Park in the future, by the Express and Star.

Villa are reportedly adamant that they are not in danger of coming into trouble due to Financial Fair Play, as they have not broken the current rules.

A general view of Villa Park home stadium of Aston Villa during the Sky Bet Championship match between Aston Villa and Brentford  at Villa Park on August 22, 2018 in Birmingham, England.

Villa have spent heavily in recent years, but they are confident that they have not broken any conditions, the Express and Star report.

Villa are currently in 11th place in the Championship table, after winning three of their first five matches under the guidance of Dean Smith.

Dean Smith head coach of Aston Villa poses for a picture at the club's training ground at Bodymoor Heath on October 15, 2018 in Birmingham, England.

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