Aston Villa and West Ham eye Coventry City star, improving transfer odds.
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Aston Villa and West Ham eye Coventry City star, improving transfer odds.



Callum O’Hare has informed Coventry City that he will leave at the conclusion of the season, according to Football Insider.

The offensive midfielder has been one of the Sky Blues’ most important players in recent years, having missed a length of time due to a catastrophic knee injury but returning to form quickly enough to have a significant effect this season.

Showing his quality overcoming such a major setback has allowed the 26-year-old to garner a lot of attention in recent months.

He may have missed a penalty against Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-final shootout last month, but he also scored against the Red Devils to help the Sky Blues continue their comeback and demonstrated true quality at Wembley.

As time passes, it appears increasingly likely that O’Hare will depart Coventry when his contract expires at the conclusion of the season.

If he does, he will become the third significant player to leave the club in recent years, following Viktor Gyokeres and Gus Hamer.

Few would blame him if he did quit, given Coventry’s failure to make the play-offs despite threatening to finish in the top six earlier this season.

Promotion appeared to be key in Coventry’s bid to keep O’Hare, and now that they are certain to stay in the Championship, it appears that they will be unable to keep the midfielder.

Aston Villa and West Ham boost on Callum O’Hare

O’Hare has recently sparked interest from a number of clubs, including Aston Villa and West Ham.

Both teams could provide the midfielder Premier League football, giving them a good chance of finalizing a deal for the 26-year-old.

Fulham are another top-tier team interested in the player, as are Scottish Premiership giants Celtic and Rangers, as well as numerous La Liga clubs.

O’Hare will be ecstatic with the prospect of playing top-tier football.

And, given how well he has done for the Sky Blues, many believe he has the potential to play regularly at the highest level.

However, he may not be promised many starts at certain interested teams, thus O’Hare should carefully consider his future options before making a selection.

One thing that should benefit him is that he will most likely have a lot of offers on the table during the summer, giving him a fair chance to choose his ideal future destination.

Staying at Coventry wouldn’t be the worst choice for the attacking midfielder, given how well he has performed under Mark Robins, but it appears probable that he will go given that he has yet to sign a new contract.

If he can join a side in the Premier League’s lower divisions and get enough game time, he should be able to continue his growth.


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