Nottingham Forest keen on taking 22-year-old from Championship rivals this summer

Nottingham Forest fans in the Transfer Tavern will be looking to put this season behind them as they prepare to strengthen for next year’s campaign.

The Tricky Trees will finish the Championship year in the bottom-half of the table and will have aspirations of challenging for a place in the Premier League but Aitor Karanka will need to bring in additions to ensure that can happen.

According to the Hull Daily Mail, Forest are interested in Hull City’s defender Max Clark whose future remains doubtful at the KCOM Stadium, with his contract set to expire at the end of next month.

The defender, who has been with the club since the age of 12, had been offered a new three-year deal in September, however, that was initially rejected and there has been no movement since.

Nottingham Forest are not the only side to be monitoring the 22-year-old’s situation, with Millwall and Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem all tracking his movements as contract negotiations continued to be stalled, although it is believed that he would prefer to stay in the north-east with the Tigers.

Landlord’s Verdict

The Forest fans in the Tavern will be hoping they can bring in a man of Clark’s ability on a free transfer this season as he can be a useful addition in either defence of midfield, however, punters will be concerned with his preference to remain at Hull despite stalling on a new deal.

Nottingham Forest fans – thoughts?

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