Bristol City and Middlesbrough are keeping tabs on their former winger Albert Adomah who may be forced to leave Aston Villa due to the financial crisis at Villa Park, according to The Birmingham Mail.
The Midlands club have hit financial trouble over the past couple of weeks and they may have to sell some of their top earners to balance the books.
The 30 year old has spent two seasons at Villa Park after joining the club from Middlesbrough in 2016 for an undisclosed fee.
During his spell in the Midlands, Adomah has recorded 77 league appearances for the Villains, netting on 17 occasions – 15 of those goals came this season, and he also turned provider 6 times as he recorded 6 assists.
Adomah spent three years at Bristol City after joining the Robins from Barnet for £150,000.
He made 131 appearances for the club, scoring 17 goals in a spell where he became a firm fans favourite at Ashton Gate.
He was awarded the clubs Player of the Season award in his debut campaign with the Robins, but upon suffering relegation to League One, Adomah submitted a transfer request.
Adomah joined Boro for £1m after his transfer request was granted by Bristol City, he also spent three years with the Teesiders, making 130 appearances, scoring 23 goals.
His impressive form for the club saw him snapped up by Roberto Di Matteo as Villa looked for instant promotion back to the Premier League in 2016.
However, Villa may now be forced to sell Adomah as their financial position appears to be in jeopardy.
It is understood that Bristol City and Middlesbrough are at the front of the que for their former player, but more clubs could join the race for Adomah as Villa look set too offload him this summer.