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Details emerges on future of Aston Villa man on loan at Coventry City



Coventry City playmaker Callum O’Hare is reportedly yet to hear from his parent club Aston Villa about his future, with his contract set to expire this summer. 

The 22-year-old has spent the 2019/20 campaign on loan with the Sky Blues and been a key man as Mark Robins’ side have climbed to the top of League One.

Whether or not they will be playing in the Championship next term remains unclear, as it seems does the future of O’Hare.

The midfielder has dazzled at times for Coventry, adding four goals and seven assists this term, and is out of contract with Villa in the summer.

The Sky Blues have been tipped to move for O’Hare should he become a free agent in the summer and an update has emerged concerning the situation.

According to The Athletic, the 22-year-old is yet to hear from Villa about his future.

The report claimed that there is no 12-month option in O’Hare’s contract, which means the Birmingham club would have to negotiate a new deal with him.

The Premier League club have a number of out-of-contract players this summer and will need to make some important decisions over the next few months.

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The Verdict

It appears no contact has yet been made over a new contract for O’Hare, which can only be a good thing for Coventry’s hopes of landing him in the summer.

The 22-year-old has been phenomenal this term and looks a really bright prospect, so picking him up as a free agent would be an excellent bit of business.

Villa could yet offer the midfielder a new deal, however, and if they don’t the Sky Blues may face some competition for his signature.

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