Albert Adomah is in a rich vein of form for Aston Villa having scored nine goals in all competitions this season.
He’s become one of the Villains most important players this season after being left out in the cold for most of last season. The winger’s upturn in form has coincided with Villa’s climb up to fourth in the Championship table.
The January window is set to re-open in just six weeks time and with what’s going on in the division above, Steve Bruce must surely be sweating on whether the Ghanaian will be at Villa Park by the time January 31st roles around.
There are a handful of Premier League clubs struggling for goals and lacking pace in the and someone like Adomah, who is bang in form, can provide them the quick fix they need to get them out of trouble.
A club like Swansea City for example, the second lowest scorers in the Premier League, would benefit from a player like Adomah.
Southampton, Crystal Palace and West Bromwich Albion have also struggled to find the net and someone direct like the 30-year-old will be someone on their radar so it seems inevitable that a bid will come in.
Adomah may be tempted by a move to the Premier League but there’s always that risk that he could be back in the Championship by the start of next season while Villa could be back in the top flight but with Jonathan Kodjia injured, Adomah may feel his best chance of Premier League football is by moving.