Villa manager Steve Bruce is keeping a close watch on Odubajo, who is out of contract at Hull this summer but has been offered a new deal by the Championship side.
You May Also Read: CSKA Moscow Hope To Sign Ahmed Musa From Leicester City This summer
Moses Odubajo has been injured for a very long time and he last played for Hull City on the 28th of May 2016 at Wembley Stadium in the Championship play-off final against Sheffield Wednesday.
He has been battling with injury problems since then and Hull is said to have reservations over the right-back’s fitness but has decided to take the risk by offering him a new contract.
Even though it might take some time for the English born Odubajo who is eligible to play for Nigeria since his father is a Nigerian, to get back to full fitness and start performing at his optimum best, it will be a good buy for Villa if they are able to get him for free before he signs a new contract with Hull City.
It was The current Villa Boss Steve Bruce who signed Odubajo for Hull from Brentford in the summer of 2015 for a transfer fee reported by BBC Sport to be worth £3.5 million. So the former Leyton Orient and England Under-20 international right-back have worked with Bruce before at Hull.