Nottingham Forest slumped to yet another defeat as Aitor Karanka’s side have dropped more points and have only picked up one point in their last three games.
Before those three games it had looked as though Forest were just picking up some solid form and with Lewis Grabban and Joe Lolley, Forest have two of the best attacking talents in the league.
Grabban has scored 14 goals in the league this season while Lolley has had a hand in 12 goals for the club this season. Following their frustrating draw with Derby last week, Karanka informed Lolley that he had to focus on improving his level of play and not think about his future at the club.
Today, reports have emerged that Bournemouth are lining up a £10 million bid for the Forest man.
The 26-year-old joined from Huddersfield last season and has quickly become one of the best players in the league. As it stands, he’s definitely playing at a level that is fit for the Premier League and if Bournemouth put in a £10 million bid, Forest may well be forced into selling the attacker.
With David Brooks and Ryan Fraser in such great form, Lolley may not start straight away but he would certainly add some crucial depth to the squad. From Forests’ perspective, if they were to lose the attacker it might well end their chances of getting into the playoffs and getting promoted into the Premier League. Regardless of the fee, Karanka can’t allow him to leave halfway through the season.
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