Chelsea English-born Ghanaian attacker, Callum Hudson-Odoi has appeared as a January transfer target for Albert Adomah’s Aston Villa.
In spite of impressing form during pre-campaign training, the 17-year-old ace is yet to enjoy any playing minutes for the first team after eight round of matches in the Premier League.
And according to the reports in the United Kingdom, Hudson-Odoi could be on the move to manager-less Aston Villa in the January transfer market.
The EFL Championship side, who recently axed Steve Bruce, have serious ambitions of making a return to the EPL, after coming so close to doing so in the play-off final number of months ago, only to be pipped by Fulham.
A potential loan move to Villa Park would see Callum link up with another talented and highly-rated Chelsea youngster, Tammy Abraham.
The Villa’s headachy are currently in search for a new manager after parting ways with Steve Bruce.
Villa are well stocked in wide zones, with Jack Grealish (linked with a host of Premier League giants including Chelsea), Yannick Bolasie, Albert Adomah and Anwar El Ghazi all competing for two places in the starting eleven.