The Thai driver is being heavily linked with Hamilton's now vacant seat at Mercedes, but with world champions Red Bull likely to be wanting to replace Sergio Perez at the end of 2024, it may become a shootout between several teams for the 27-year-old's signature.
Albon previously raced with Red Bull at the back end of 2019 and for a full season in 2020, before being replaced by Perez ahead of 2021.
That particular move left Albon without a full-time seat for a season, before Williams swooped in to sign him for the 2022 season. Since then, the Thai driver has been consistently putting in some brilliant performances as the team's number one driver, and almost single-handedly claimed seventh for the Grove-based team in 2023.
Albon to Red Bull: Is there potential for a return?
Windsor, though, that Albon could be on his way to Red Bull for the 2025 season, and insisted he had already been offered a deal on his YouTube live stream.
“As I understand it, Albon has been offered a three-year contract by Red Bull to start in 2025,” he said.
“So I think you are going to see him alongside Max Verstappen in the Red Bull. I can't imagine he is going to say no to it. As I understand it's not a 100 per cent but 90 per cent correct."
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