as reported by

According to the latest reports, Leeds United are once again going to try their luck in landing Aston Villa winger Albert Adomah in the January transfer window. The Whites were strongly linked with him in the last few days of the summer window, but the move didn’t go through, and the Ghanaian winger stayed put at Villa Park. United’s major rivals Middlesbrough are also said to be in the mix for the winger.

United had identified three positions where they wanted to add more firepower to their squad, and a winger was also on that list. Someone like Adomah fits the bill perfectly as he has ample amount of experience in the Championship and can have an instant impact in the first eleven.

However, being predominantly a right winger, the 30-year-old might struggle to get into the team as Pablo Hernandez is a guaranteed starter under Bielsa. We must remember though that Adomah can play from the left flank as well and that is where he is likely to play more at Elland Road if the current table toppers land him in January.

Last season, the winger played a crucial role in Villa’s promotion push as he scored 14 goals and assisted five times. Under the new management of Dean Smith, he has started in three games from the four he has managed. Therefore, the winger looks like a crucial player in Smith’s setup.

However, Villa sits on the 14th spot at the moment, and a move to United

View the original post here...