EFL chief exec confident solution can be found to Aston Villa's financial problems

- EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey said he was "certain" a solution is there to fix Aston Villa's financial woes. The club's financial troubles have been well-documented in recent times, prompting a meeting between Harvey and officials at Villa to determine the future direction of the club. Villa failed to reach the Premier League last season which has contributed to their financial problems Unsurprisingly, fans are concerned at the prospect of having to sell important players including Jack Grealish – who has been linked with multiple Premier League clubs. The Villans suspended chief executive Keith Wyness earlier this month before confirming his departure yesterday. It is understood Harvey will request a business plan from the club and will seek reassurances that they can fulfil their financial obligations. And speaking to talkSPORT's Dan Windle and Mark Smith, Harvey said he would seek the "absolute answers" when he meets the club officials. Frank's Blues raid Lampard wants to bring highly-rated Chelsea starlet to Derby County confirmed Graham Potter appointed new Swansea City boss COURT CASE Sacked Aston Villa chief executive Keith Wyness to sue club REVEALED Leeds next manager odds: Who is favourite to take charge at Elland Road? SPURS TO SWOOP? Tottenham leading race to sign £40m-rated Championship star POTTERS PUT IN PLACE New Stoke boss Gary Rowett sends message to wantaway stars ‘I’ve tried my best’ Aston Villa owner Tony Xia opens up over club’s financial struggles STANDING FIRM Aston Villa refuse to sell Jack Grealish on the cheap despite financial woes Harvey said: "One of the reasons we are having this meeting is to hear first-hand from the club what the challenges are. We need the absolute answers. "Aston Villa is one of the EFL's biggest clubs and in fairness they are probably one of the biggest country's biggest clubs historically. "The fans that watch Villa on a regular basis want to know that the club is going to be there for them in the long run. "I'm certain the solution is there but we need to make sure there is sufficient funding available to get them through the end of the season and I'm sure we'll find that answer."

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