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Last Updated: Sunday, 7 January 2007, 14:00 GMT
Baros rejected Spain move - agent
Milan Baros
Baros has scored only once this season
Aston Villa striker Milan Baros has rejected the chance to join Real Sociedad but would consider other offers, according to his agent.

"Milan has not accepted the offer from Real Sociedad," said Pavel Paska.

"There will be no more talks. If there is an appropriate offer from a club, we will consider it."

Villa boss Martin O'Neill said recently he "wouldn't be sure" that Baros wanted to stay at the club, who signed him for 7m from Liverpool 18 months ago.

Baros has scored once in 18 appearances under O'Neill this season.

The Villa manager added: "If a striker is not scoring goals then he is going to ask himself some questions."

O'Neill was at The Hawthorns on Saturday, fuelling speculation that he may make a bid for highly-rated West Brom defender Curtis Davies.

Villa are also being linked with Steaua Bucharest striker Nicolae Dica and Watford winger Ashley Young.

Manchester United defender Phil Bardsley is expected to complete a loan move to Villa Park next week.

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