Aston Villa forward Andreas Weimann could leave Villa Park in the summer, according to his agent Rob Groener. The 21-year-old has had a good season with Paul Lambert's side, scoring seven goals in 25 Premier League starts.

Andreas Weimann

The Austrian international has struck up a good partnership with Belgian Christian Benteke at the head of Villa's attacking play and has earned interest from Liverpool, Newcastle United, Borussia Dortmund and even Norwich City, according to the Mirror.

"Andi will stay in the Premier League but at which club I don't know. There are offers but we'll first meet Villa," Groener said. His comments were echoed by the player himself, who said: "The club and I agreed to no more talks until it was certain we were safe."

Weimann's present contract expires in 2014 and Lambert is understandably keen to extend that agreement, particularly since the Villans have guaranteed Premier League football for next year. The Austrian earns £15,000 per week on his present deal and any future agreement will almost certainly increase that figure, whether he goes or stays.

Meanwhile, Benteke has also attracted interest from top clubs, with his agent confirming attention from Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund. The 22-year-old was a summer signing but has had a superb first season in England, with 19 goals in 32 starts. Tottenham and Arsenal have also been linked with the Belgian.

Jamie Carragher on Champions League Win

Finally, retiring Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher says he has fond memories of the Reds' famous Champions League win in 2004/05. A Steven Gerrard-inspired Anfield side, managed by Rafael Benitez, beat Serie A giants AC Milan 4-3 in the final at Istanbul.

"I'll still be getting asked questions about Istanbul in 20 years' time - that's how big the game was and how special it was. I don't think it will be ever be beaten by this club. I watch a lot of football in a lot of different countries and I've never seen a game like that. I feel very fortunate that I played my part in it. It's one of the greatest nights in the club's history and there has never been a better European Cup final," Carragher told the Liverpool Echo.