​​Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce is keen to bring in a striker this January, and supposedly has three targets on his hit list.


The Villains boss is eyeing swoops for ​Swansea youngster Oli McBurnie, Bournemouth's out-of-favour striker Lewis Grabban, and ​Leicester City outcast Leonardo Ulloa, who is the fans' pick.

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Ulloa is way down in the pecking order at the King Power Stadium after trying to force through a move in each of the past two transfer windows.


Ulloa, famously played a huge role in Leicester's unlikely ​Premier League title triumph in 2016 with some crucial goals, but wanted out the following season after a lack of game time under Claudio Ranieri.

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As reported by the ​Birmingham Mail, he is now being linked with Villa, and fans would welcome a move for him over the other targets.


The Argentine has plied his trade in the second tier of English football before in the colours of ​Brighton, and scored 23 goals in 50 games for the Seagulls.


It is likely that this statistic is encouraging fans to champion a move for him, but the club would only be able to bring him in on loan deal due to the restrictions of Financial Fair Play.

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