Wigan's main playmaker, Maloney has contributed to 18 of Wigan's 47 goals, which is a sizeable amount for a midfielder.
Following Wigan's relegation, Maloney may seek a new club, as a player of his quality doesn't deserve to ply his trade in the Championship.
David Moyes' departure from Everton could result in some of his former players joining him such as Maroune Fellaini.
The void left if Fellaini decides to leave will be massive and Maloney is an able replacement for the Belgian if he decides to seek new pastures the coming term. Maloney can score and assist making him a lethal playmaker and he can help Everton maintain their top eight status.
Lambert's Villa side will be much more experienced to life in the Premier League next season as his youngsters have finally completed a full season in this demanding league.
To make Aston Villa challenge for a top half finish, Lambert needs to get some experienced heads in order to maintain a balance between youth and experience which is so vital for modern day success.
Maloney has bundles of experience from his time at Celtic and Wigan and the 30 year old could give valuable inputs to the youngsters in the squad. Maloney played for Villa in the 07/08 season and a return would benefit him and Aston Villa.
West Bromwich Albion
Steve Clarke's side were the surprise package this season and would like to stay where they are in future Premier League campaigns. With Lukaku moving back to Chelsea, West Brom will have limited quality up front and would prefer to play Shane Long as their main striker next term.
Shane Long's work rate and creativity behind the striker will have to be replaced and Maloney is the right man to fill in for the Irish striker. Maloney will only improve the squad and although he may not be a like for like replacement for Lukaku he will strengthen West Brom's midfield further as they plan to give Long the out and out striker position.
Celtic are now the best Scottish team bar none, since the liquidation of Glasgow Rangers. Celtic had unprecedented success under Neil Lennon this term reaching the knockout stages of the Champions League and beating Barcelona in the group stages.
It seems that Celtic will win domestic silverware for at least the next five years and Maloney could move back to the club where he had spent most of his career before moving south of the border. Maloney will surely be welcomed in open arms and will improve Celtic's quest of becoming the best Scottish side of all time.
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