Nottingham Forest recalled Tyler Walker from his loan spell at Lincoln in January, but so far he has not enjoyed the game time he may have hoped for.
That has sparked a discussion amongst the fanbase about whether he should be loaned out yet again, having also had spells at Mansfield and Bolton in recent years.
Since the 23 year-old’s return to the City Ground Sabri Lamouchi has awarded him just 114 minutes on the pitch, though that was enough for him to slot the ball home in a 2-0 win against Leeds a few weeks ago.
Lewis Grabban is very much first-choice for Forest having started 32 league games this term, but other than him and Walker the Reds lack forward options.
Nuno Da Costa was added to the squad in January but he too has found himself out of favour, and that could mean that Lamouchi is keen to have Walker in his squad next season.
Who would you rather have in their prime?
It could all depend on whether Forest are promoted but fans have been having their say anyway, with a mixture of fans calling for him to be sold or to be kept on while one noted that ‘Sabri doesn’t rate him’.
Get rid! Not good enough
— RED (@NffcNeal) February 28, 2020
Sabri doesn’t rate him, has hardly played since he has come back. Sell.
— david huskisson (@dhuskiss) February 28, 2020
Guess it depends where we’re starting the season. If it’s in the championship then it makes less sense loaning him out compared to if we’re in the Prem and there’s (hopefully) a lot more competition in his position.
— Jon Rush (@ididntrealise) February 28, 2020
Play him or sell him now. Not fair on the lad.
— Khristian Serrano 🙋♂️ (@KhrisSerrano) February 28, 2020
No hes a red keep him
— Demuss nffc musson (@DemussDarren) February 28, 2020
No just sell him
— James (@jez100) February 28, 2020
What do you think the club should do with Walker Forest fans? Does he deserve more of an opportunity or should he be loaned out to help his development? Share your view below…
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