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Rotherham assistant Eric Black joining Aston Villa - Reports

Rotherham assistant manager Eric Black is to leave his position in order to join Aston Villa, according to reports.

The 52-year-old, who joined the Millers in the summer as first-team coach and became assistant to Neil Redfearn in October, has agreed to become Remi Garde's number two at Villa Park.

Black is expected to sign a deal until the end of the season and swaps a Sky Bet Championship relegation scrap for one in the Barclays Premier League.

It ends a lengthy search for a number two for Frenchman Garde, who has been working without an assistant since arriving as Tim Sherwood's successor in November.

Black has previously worked across the city at Birmingham and has also worked in the West Midlands as manager at Coventry.

The Scot arrived at New York Stadium in the summer from Wigan as then-boss Steve Evans bolstered his backroom staff and he was in caretaker charge for one game between Evans' sacking and Redfearn's appointment.

Black has been a popular figure in the Millers camp, with players praising his coaching ability.

Neither the Millers or Villa have yet to confirm the move.

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