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Aston Villa winger Andre Green ‘investigated by police’ after incident with his former landlord

Aston Villa winger Andre Green ‘investigated by police’ after an incident with his former landlord while on loan at Charlton

  • Police are investigating an altercation involving Aston Villa winger Andre Green
  • The incident reportedly occurred last week in Raddel Lane near Warrington
  • It is alleged that there is an argument over a discussion about a home that Green rents
  • Green is currently on loan to Charlton Athletic until the end of the season

Police are investigating an alleged altercation involving Aston Villa winger Andre Green and a member of the public.

As reported by Lancs LiveThe incident occurred on April 1, with Rob Bryan reporting an oral altercation involving Green at Raddel Lane near Warrington.

The report indicates that the altercation was a discussion of a property that Green had rented from Bryan, which owns RB Residences. Green rented the property while on loan from Preston North End during the first half of the season.

Police are investigating an incident at Warrington involving Aston Villa winger Andre Green

Police are investigating an incident at Warrington involving Aston Villa winger Andre Green

No arrests have been made and investigations are still ongoing.

Green, 21, is currently on loan at Charlton Athletic from Villa until the end of the season. He has played eleven games for the Addicks since joining the club in January.

Green is currently on loan at Charlton and previously loaned at Preston North End

Green is currently on loan at Charlton and previously loaned at Preston North End

Green is currently on loan at Charlton and previously loaned at Preston North End

The former UK youth international previously joined Preston on a season-long loan, but the deal was cut off.

Green played for Preston six times and scored one goal.

He played for Villa 49 times and scored twice, while also borrowing experience in Portsmouth.

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