Aston Villa bosses are set to meet in New York on Monday 11th January to discuss the club’s current plight.

Various media outlets in the UK including The Guardian and the Daily Mail report how Villa Chief Executive, Tom Fox along with Director of Football, Hendrik Almstadt will meet owner, Randy Lerner in a bid to see what they can do to rescue Villa’s doomed campaign.

It is believed they will look at what can be done in the current January transfer window to rescue the dire situation.

They will also look at pushing forward with appointing a new chairman with the Mail reporting that the former-Governer of the Bank of England, Mervyn King being mooted along with a man from a football background.

Meanwhile, The Villans boss, Remi Garde has admitted he may resort to using sports psychologists to banish the lack of confidence that has spread through Villa’s squad.

The Villa boss said that he would not resort to such measures yet, but said that he was ‘open-minded’ to the idea. Psychologists have proven key to the success of other sides in world football. He said that the idea of using them could be a ‘solution’.

“I’ve never used that in my teams, and that’s it. But I’m very open-minded and if the solution could be from there, then I could do that.”

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