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“The timing is especially hard to take, given that we are progressing positively and are in a great position to push on. “Everyone has been nothing but supportive of Darren in his time at Sunderland but it’s obvious he’s not been himself in training and and we’ve certainly not seen the best of him in games in recent weeks – and now we understand why.” Meanwhile, Bent himself has batted away suggestions that he may be about to flake at Villa Park, insisting he is capable of managing the expectations put upon him by his new employers: “When I first went to Spurs [for a big transfer fee], I was so nervous. I will tip it right over her head – whatever it takes, it’s changed the luck! I think he’s an exceptionally good young goalkeeper. It was good to see him make the save – it was their only real effort. There’s a huge frustration but he overstepped the mark and he knows that. He was terrific – that was more like James Chester. He’s had it tough these past few weeks but he was brilliant today and put in a real captain’s performance. I thought he was excellent in the match – but he’s overstepped the mark and done something stupid. He now misses some games which is sad – and a big hefty fine from me. I thought he was arguably our best player so it was a shame he spoiled it in the heat of the moment.
His move to the Midlands outfit smashes Villa's previous transfer record when they paid £12m for James Milner from Newcastle in August 2008, a fee matched the following year when Stewart Downing joined from Middlesbrough.
Villa boss Gerard Houllier said: "We are absolutely delighted to have Darren here and we know he will be a tremendous asset for the months and the years ahead.
"His arrival sends out a clear message about our ambition.
He said: "It's hugely disappointing that Darren has decided that his future lies away from Sunderland and the players, our supporters and the club as a whole have every right to feel massively let down.
"The timing is especially hard to take, given that we are progressing positively and are in a great position to push on.
"We've worked hard in the last 36 hours to get what we feel is a fair price for him.