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Coventry City digest: Callum Wilson won’t sign for Aston Villa and Portsmouth away friendly previewedAll the latest Sky Blues activity from the Coventry Telegraph and around the internet15:59, 20 JUL 2015Updated21:06, 20 JUL 2015Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailWe all knew Callum Wilson was a bit special a year or so back when he fired 22 goals for the Sky Blues the first City player to score more than 20 since Dion Dublin.He’s now been linked with a Dublin esque switch to rivals Aston Villa via a stunning 23 goal promotion season with AFC Bournemouth.However, it’s probably just tabloid talk and he’ll start the season playing against Villa with the Cherries. Here’s why:AFC Bournemouth won’t sell him Following Premier League promotion, goals are priceless to the Cherries and as their chief source of them Wilson is also. Is the figure quoted in Sunday’s papers seems a snip in terms of other strikers of a similar pedigree.The Cherries snapped up Tyrone Mings for a fee of around from Ipswich and we reckon Wilson is worth a lot more than the young defender.Callum Wilson with Bournemouth boss Eddie HoweThe Cov Kid has two years left on his contract at Dean Court and Eddie Howe will have no reason to sell Wilson unless the offer is a lot more than their valuation.Wilson confirmed he was very happy with life on the south coast last month: “I don’t see why anyone at Bournemouth would want to leave this club at this moment in time.”It would be a poor move for his career The Cherries appear to be a team on the up with solid investment coming into the club from the owner and a exciting Premier League season on the horizon.Why would be move to the perennial strugglers from Villa Park at this stage of career?Money may be an answer but we’re still not convinced it would be the right move for him.Coventry born and bred Wilson has supported Coventry since he was ‘little boy’ and used to hold a season ticket at Highfield Road.He would have watched the Sky Blues go up against their Midlands rivals during their last Premier League days and may just remember that day as a nine year old in 2001.Surely not Villa, Callum?Happy Birthday Snoz! Sky Blues legend John Sillett turns 79 today.He played, managed and led the club to 1987 FA Cup final success and is a bona fide Coventry legend.