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Nottingham Forest: Reds still keen on Alex Moreno signing

Nottingham Forest: Reds still keen on Alex Moreno signing -Nottingham Forest News

Nottingham Forest are still keen on signing Real Betis left-back Alex Moreno this summer, according to an update from Sky Sports News presenter Dharmesh Sheth.

The Lowdown: Moreno linked with Forest move

The Reds have enjoyed an excellent summer ahead of their return to the Premier League, bringing in a host of players to strengthen Steve Cooper’s squad.

One individual who has been linked with a move to the City Ground is Moreno, who is seen as a strong option at left-back, providing competition for new signings Omar Richards and Harry Toffolo.

It looks as though Forest are still working hard on getting their man, following an update regarding their interest in him.

The Latest: After Mangala

According to Sky transfer guru Sheth, sharing an update on Orel Mangala on Twitter, the Reds are ‘still working on a deal’ to sign Moreno after the Stuttgart midfielder.

The Spaniard’s current deal doesn’t expire until 2025, however, meaning he may not be able to arrive on the cheap.

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The Verdict: Is he needed now?

While Moreno is a very experienced player at the top level, making 131 La Liga appearances in total, this does feel a little like left-back overkill if Forest sign him as well.

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As mentioned, Richards and Toffolo have already come in this summer, so having three strong options in the same position could make it hard for Cooper to keep them all happy.

Should Moreno end up joining, it certainly wouldn’t be anything to complain about given his pedigree – he scored five goals and registered three assists in the league last season – but there are strong options there without him.

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