Sam McCallum has been a standout performer for Coventry City so far this season.
His impressive performances have resulted in multiple sides registering their interest in him.
The 19-year-old is being closely monitored by Aston Villa as well as Leeds United and Nottingham Forest, and Coventry manager Mark Robins has admitted that he could be on the move.
As quoted on HITC, Robins said:
I would like to think (he’ll stay), but I am not stupid. Money talks and it’s not any different at any other club, regardless of where they are in terms of stature and division.
If someone comes in with the right money then people will be available, there are no two ways about it.
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McCallum is thriving in League One and has made ten league appearances so far this season. The full-back’s stock is rising rapidly and Villa could be the ones to win the race for him.
Why? Because they’re likely to submit the best offer. As Robins rightly stated, money talks and out of the clubs interested, Villa have the most financial power.