Odubajo Talk Persists
As Russell Slade continues to work on building his squad for next season, the question remains regarding the future of Moses Odubajo at Leyton Orient.
The winger continues to be linked with a move to several Championship and Premier League sides, with Tottenham Hotspur being heavily mentioned.
The North Londoners are believed to have enquired back in January about Odubajo and remain keen on making him a part of new manager Mauricio Pochettino's squad.
Orient are said to have set an asking price of £4 million for the winger and Chairman Barry Hearn hailed Odubajo as 'The best player to come out of Orient in generations,' in an interview with The Sun earlier on this week.
There is no denying that Odubajo is destined for a top career, but question marks remain as to whether it the right time for him to leave the O's.
The winger has been a huge part of Orient's squad throughout the past two seasons and Odubajo's playing time could be considerably reduced if he was to move to Tottenham.
A possibility for any deal with Tottenham could be that Odubajo remains on loan at Orient next season, which would provide the O's with a much bigger budget without the loss of a key player.
Should Odubajo remain in E10 for another year and help Orient push for promotion, or is the time right for him to move on?
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