Leeds United have been handed a huge boost in the transfer window, with Aston Villa reportedly deciding against renewing winger Albert Adomah’s contract, which means the exciting winger will become a free agent next summer.
This could suggest that Leeds United may attempt to sign the winger in an audacious move that would bring the highly experienced Championship winger to Elland Road – with Adomah being the piece of the puzzle for Marcelo Bielsa may want to ensure his Leeds United side contend for promotion during this season.
Adomah has worked his way through the hierarchies of the Football League, starting with Isthmian Premier Division side Harrow Borough before moving to Barnet, Bristol City, Middlesbrough and now Aston Villa, where he is currently playing his trade.
Adomah is an electric winger and has the potential to be the best on his division on his day, boasting an impressive 40 goals in 203 games during his time with both Middlesbrough and Aston Villa – showing just what a talent he really is.
It’s thought Villa have decided not to renew Adomah’s contract, who scored 14 goals in 39 games from the wing last season and manager Steve Bruce appears to be behind that decision as the Birmingham Mail report, with the Villa boss indicating he doesn’t want to prolong Adomah’s time at Villa Park.
Leeds United and Nottingham Forest are both thought to be interested in the midfielder as the Nottingham Post reported earlier, and he could be a huge signing if either club opted to bid to sign the winger.
We’ll see if anything immediately comes from this before the transfer window slams shut at 5pm tomorrow; but it could be incredibly interesting to see where Adomah ends up if he leaves the club before tomorrow ends.