One of the press associations chief writers has tweeted:
After a successful loan spell with Melbourne City, Ross McCormark is booked on a 6am flight back to the UK. Off to spend time with his kids & have talks with #AVFC. Melbourne haven`t given up on him returning but expecting an uphill battle
Simon Peach (@SimonPeach) January 25, 2018
So the gate-plagued striker Ross McCormack makes his way back from Australia to the UK where he`ll have to have talks with Aston Villa about his future.
Our poll asks if you would give Ross another chance.
Melbourne City are still hoping to entice him back but surely he will find a place back in England now having scored 14 goals in 16 games down under?
The question is. With Villa looking for a striker but having no money, having spent £12million or more buying Ross in the first place, would he not provide great cover for the in-form Scott Hogan?
Yes, yes, he did this, that and the other and his attitude after his big move to Villa didn`t exactly go well, but he`s now fit, has found his shooting boots and whether people like him or not, should we not be using this asset unless a top money offer comes in for him?
Gabby Agbonlahor always got second, then third and fourth chances. Why not Ross? All we need to do is keep him away from gates isn`t it?
Be a good move for Villa to cash in and be nice to see Elphick get regular football. pic.twitter.com/4d0k1hCrvN
Vital Villa (@VitalVilla) January 23, 2018