Aston Villa, Fulham, Everton vying for Callum O’Hare

Aston Villa, Fulham and Everton are reportedly keen on signing 25-year-old English midfielder Callum O’Hare from Coventry City.

A report from The Sun has claimed that Aston Villa, Fulham, and Everton are keen on 25-year-old Coventry City attacking midfielder Callum O’Hare.

O’Hare here has been outstanding for Coventry City this season, and he is available on a free transfer at the end of the season. His contract comes to an end in the summer, and the player has rejected the opportunity to sign an extension.

Coventry City will certainly be disappointed to lose a player of his quality on a free transfer. But they are powerless to stop him from leaving. The midfielder returns to action from a serious injury blow back in October, and he has already picked up nine goals and four assists across all competitions.

It is no surprise that the top Premier League clubs have been keeping tabs on him. Aston Villa need more goals and creativity from the middle of the park, and the 25-year-old would be a quality addition. Villa are currently pushing for Champions League qualification, and they will be an attractive destination for the player if they manage to secure European football.

Meanwhile, Fulham have also sent scouts to watch the player in action. They have shown interest in several midfielders, including Pablo Maia. As far as Everton are concerned, they are in desperate need of quality reinforcements.

The Toffees are currently fighting for their survival in the Premier League, and they will need to improve their squad immensely at the end of the season. It will be interesting to see if they can beat the drop this season.

If they go down to the Championship in the summer, they might struggle to attract the Coventry City midfielder. The 25-year-old will look to take the next step in his career, and he will not want to join a club in the championship.

Aston Villa could have an advantage

Aston Villa could have an advantage in the chase. The 25-year-old midfielder came through the ranks at Aston Villa before leaving them for Coventry City in July 2020. The opportunity to return to his boyhood club could be a tempting proposition. Signing him on a free transfer would represent a major bargain for the West Midlands club, and they should look to get the deal done as soon as possible.

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