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After beating Derby 2-1 in the Championship play-off final, the club is now ready to take on the Premier League. Here we take a look at five players who could leave Aston Villa, despite being promoted to the Premier League.

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Players who could leave Aston Villa this season

Tammy Abraham (on loan from Chelsea) 

Abraham is on loan from Chelsea and has been helping Aston Villa a great deal during this season, scoring a massive 26 goals in total. He will most likely return to Chelsea for a shot at the striker positions, although Aston Villa will be eager to keep this 21-year-old magnet on the team. It will be interesting to see where this new talent will end up. One thing is for sure, he will be a great addition to any team and he will be greatly missed by Aston Villa fans.

Tyrone Mings (On loan from Bournemouth)

Mings has become somewhat of a fan-favorite this season at the Villa Park and has been exceptional at defending for Aston Villa so far. Bournemouth is in dire need of returning talent, so they would undoubtedly welcome the 26-year-old back into the flock with arms opened.

Axel Tuanzebe (On loan from Manchester United)

Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United is currently undergoing a major overhaul this summer and could need Tuanzebe to help bolster their roster, depending on how many of their defensive players end up leaving.

Kortney Hause (On loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers)

Hause has only made 14 appearances on the field this season, but he has proven to be a high-quality player as a defender, especially when he kept his cool during the play-off final. Aston Villa will certainly want to keep this player, especially if the club sees other defenders leave the club in this season.

Jack Grealish

23-year-old Jack Grealish signed a five-year deal last year which included a £45 million release clause. He is unlikely to move this season, but Tottenham and other clubs are reportedly making bids for him, so who knows? Former goalkeeper for Aston Villa, Mark Bosnich expected that Jack Grealish would leave the club if it did not advance into the Premier League. This did not turn out to be the case, as the captain of the team he definitely pulled his weight to ensure that the team advanced into the Premier League.