Albert Adomah could be on his way out the door at Villa Park, after a report from the Birmingham Mail claimed the club had yet to open talks with the winger and his representatives. 

The 31-year-old is understood to be eager to commit his future to Aston Villa, but with his contract expiring in June, it seems as though time may be ticking for the wide-man. 

Moving to Villa from Middlesbrough in 2016, the London-born forward made a name for himself in last season’s playoff final run. Making 45 appearances, the Ghanaian international’s 15 goals showed just how important he could be to Mark Hughes’ team. 

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Despite starting 17 games in the Championship so far this season, Adomah has also seen 11 appearances off the substitutes’ bench.

The veteran had been coveted by Leeds United during the summer, but turned down the Yorkshire side’s advances, pledging his future to the West Midlands instead. 


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