Alan Hutton’s future at Aston Villa is still undecided as the defenders deal runs out in the summer.
According to the Birmingham Mail, Hutton could still be offered new terms by the Villains but his future is still in jeopardy.
Just like his manager Steve Bruce, Hutton has yet to be contacted about his future at Villa Park.
Hutton was part of the Villa side that lost 1-0 to Fulham at Wembley as the Midlanders failed to gain promotion back to the Premier League at the second attempt.
However, despite the defenders willingness to remain at the club, Hutton may be let go due to Villa’s need to cut costs as they slash their wage bill.
The 33 year old joined the side from Tottenham Hotspur in 2011 and has spent seven years with Villa.
He has made 149 league appearances for the club, scoring a single goal.
He has also been capped 50 times by the Scottish National side, having made his debut for the Scots in 2006.
He hasn’t always been in favour during his time with Villa, he has spent time away on loan at Nottingham Forest, Mallorca, and Bolton Wanderers.
However, this year he has impressed under Steve Bruce and has nailed down the left back spot, despite competition from Wales international Neil Taylor.
Two of the club’s biggest earners in Gabby Agbonlahor and John Terry have already departed Villa and Hutton could be next out the door.
It is sure to be a busy summer at Villa Park, but it is yet to be seen whether Hutton will be in claret and blue next summer.