Nottingham Forest and Bristol City are in a tug of war battle to bring in former Boro and Villa winger Albert Adomah.

According to nottinghampost a fierce battle between the two Championship clubs is under way as both look to secure the services of the 31-year-old winger.

Adomah has good pedigree at this level and would certainly bring added quality into either side should a deal get done.

The former Bristol City man is now a free agent after leaving Aston Villa at the end of last season and is on the look out for a new home, with Millwall also taking a look at him, you would think its a foregone conclusion that he will be back playing in the second tier of English football again next season.

Aston Villa midfielder Albert Adomah (37) scores a goal and celebrates 2-0 during the EFL Sky Bet Championship match between Aston Villa and Ipswich Town at Villa Park, Birmingham, England on 25 November 2017. Photo by Dennis Goodwin.

Last time out the London-born man played 36 times for Villa, scoring four goals and providing three assists along the way, a long way from the stats he produced the season prior, where he played forty four times and scored fifteen goals. This will be the kind of product that any team in the Championship look for in a winger, someone with a hunger for goals and an eye for a killer pass who has the pass to cause havoc for any opposing defences.

Good signing for Forest or the Robins???

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