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These 2 Nottingham Forest wonderkids need to prove it next season

Nottingham Forest fans here in the Tavern are hoping that Aitor Karanka will ring in the changes this summer, as Forest have been rather inconsistent in the current campaign.

Aitor Karanka has brought about positive change since taking over at the club back in January, but he still hasn’t managed to ensure consistency as they often follow up an impressive performance with a poor one.

So, the summer transfer window will be of huge importance to Forest as they go on in search of promotion next season, with a number of additions expected in what will be a busy period.

However, the Spaniard may look to some of the club’s youngsters next season as the youth system has brought about success in recent times. And, having seen how well the likes of Jordan Smith and Ben Osborn have performed in the current campaign, the future looks bright for Nottingham Forest

Therefore, these TWO Nottingham Forest wonderkids need to prove it next season…

Ben Brereton

The 19-year-old has established himself as one of the most promising talents in English football so far this season, as he has been able to produce goals against some tough sides during his breakthrough season.

However, he has struggled for consistency at times in the current campaign, which has caused for many of our local residents to question whether he has the ability to lead the line for Forest.

Indeed, the wonderkid desperately needs to step up his game next season as he runs the risk of dropping to the substitutes’ bench, as Aitor Karanka will be sure to bring in another forward in the summer.

Ryan Yates

Ryan Yates is a player that Nottingham Forest will want to incorporate into the first-team next season, having witnessed his heroics at loan club Scunthorpe United in the current campaign.

Indeed, the 20-year-old has played a huge part in the Iron’s promotion push with a number of goals and assists to his name, which can only bode well for Forest when he returns to the club for pre-season training.

Although, with Championship football being quite a big step up from playing in League One, it remains to be seen as to whether the Englishman can handle the change in quality.

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