Aston Villa have struggled to ensure consistency recently as they continue to slide down the table, with a number of other sides claiming the advantage in the race for promotion.
The Villains would have had their sights set firmly on securing promotion after the heartache of last season’s play-off final defeat, but things haven’t turned out that way. And, to make matters worse, one of Aston Villa’s star men is thinking about a move, as according to Birmingham Live, Albert Adomah has admitted he would be open to a move back to Bristol City one day.
Aston Villa attacker Albert Adomah has admitted he would be open to a transfer back to Bristol City one day.
The 30-year-old played for the Robins between 2010 and 2013, making 136 appearances and scoring 17 goals.
“I want to say thank you to the supporters for showing me their appreciation again.
“I’m honoured they still remember me and it made me a bit speechless to be honest.
“truly loved my time here at Bristol City and you never know, one day, it might happen again.
“It would be great if it (playing for City) happened again one day, hopefully, but who knows? In football anything could happen.”
Albert Adomah has been a consistent performer for Aston Villa for sometime now, but he seems to be fading away in the current campaign with a number of new faces at the club.
Of course, it’s understandable that the 30-year-old would be open to a move back to Ashton Gate at some point in his career with things not really happening for him at Villa Park.