By Amir Mir

Aston Villa owner Tony Xia has hinted the club’s expected transfer splurge may not materialise after previously hinting the club are set to secure three more deals within two weeks.

As reported by Football Insider, Xia previously stated on his personal social media account that the club will sign two strikers and a creative midfielder within two weeks.

The Midlands outfit have signed three new players this summer with Bournemouth captain Tommy Elphick signing for a fee of £3million, goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini joining for £4.1million and Aaron Tshibola transferring for £5million.

Bu Chinese businessman Xia delivered a seemingly ominous update on his personal Twitter account on Sunday.

He said: “Quality is more important than quantity. Doing everything right is much better than doing a lots. You have to believe this.”

However, the clubs’ owner did praise the work by the current management and players as they build up to the new Championship campaign.

The Midlands outfit have participated in three pre-season friendlies so far, where they have been victorious in all and showed signs of togetherness.

“Very delighted to know the effort and atmosphere in the squad now. Good start!@AVFCOfficial” said Xia.

As reported by Football Insider, Xia is currently in his home country of China with Di Matteo, chief executive Keith Wyness and board member Chris Samuelsson where he will unveil the Italian in front of the Chinese media.

It is believed the owner has a desire to build the clubs brand overseas and he aims to target a market he is very familiar with.

Here is the picture posted by Xia on his personal Twitter account.

In other Aston Villa team news, the clubs new signing has given an insight into his playing style, but reassures fans he will give his all.