Aston Villa boss Unai Sandpaper Downplays speculation about World Cup winner Emiliano MartinezAmong the allegations that the club can make money from him is his future.

The 30-year-old actor played an important role in Argentina’s success in Qatar and did not hide his desire to play. Champions League football is something he is unlikely to do at Villa in the short term.

Reports suggest that the midlands club may be open to offers for him this summer, but Emery insisted he was happy where he was and forced him to use his experience to help push the project he started when he took the reins in October. .

Speaking at Saturday’s pre-match press conference Premier League On his trip to Everton, the Villa boss said: “He’s a very good man, a very good goalkeeper.

“He’s improved a lot, he’s got experience now – he’s the best, isn’t he? He’s the best goalkeeper for us.

“We should enjoy (life) with it. He is very attached to us, to Aston Villa – and now even more so than before as he has won the World Cup.

“It’s very important for him but he also knows that his new challenge is at this club because this club signed him three years ago. So he is very happy.

“My conversation with him is about how we can do something together and the challenge for him right now is to try to do it here and in the next matches, next year, in this project, to improve his experience and try to help other players, to help the club, to help support Aston Villa. “

Martinez will be hoping for better fortune on the pitch this weekend as Villa tries to finish a three-game losing streak in which they conceded nine goals, the last one under strange circumstances as Jorginho’s shot came back from the crossbar and hit him. Head-to-head before crossing the line to consolidate Arsenal’s 4-2 win.

Emery’s men are currently five places and seven points better than the Toffees, who have won two of their three league games under Sean Dyche.

Villa’s head coach said: “I think they are confident at home now, they have won the last two games at home with their fans.

And of course they are behind us at the table but there is not much difference between the two.

“We have to keep trying to get out of the bottom. It’s a very, very important game on Saturday.”