Tommie Hoban has indicated he expects to leave Watford in the summer and would be open to a move to Aberdeen.
Hoban’s season was brought to an end in February when he damaged his cruciate ligament for the second time in two years during a spell on loan with the Dons.
The defender is set to be absent until October will his injury and Hoban is yet to speak to the Hornets regarding his future.
The 25-year-old’s Watford deal expires this summer and he has revealed he is yet to speak to anyone from the club, but Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has indicated he would be open to signing Hoban on a permanent basis if the Vicarage Road club do decide to release him. “I haven’t yet but will probably hear from them in the next month or so I would imagine,” Hoban told the Aberdeen Evening Express.
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“Obviously the season is coming to an end but they have an FA Cup final to focus on at the minute. “I am sure once all that is done I will hear something. “But I haven’t heard anything regarding that as yet.” He added: “There is definitely a big appeal to going back to Aberdeen. “It was really nice of Derek to say that and if it was to come up it is something I would 100 per cent consider.”Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.