Nottingham Forest are rivalling several Premier League teams to the signing of AFC Wimbledon forward Jack Rudoni, according to TEAMtalk.
The Reds are in the mix along with Leeds and Wolves, whilst several other clubs are thought to be monitoring the situation.
Rudoni is enjoying a fine season with Mark Robinson’s team. He has scored seven goals and claimed three assists, playing largely on the left-hand side.
The player is pretty versatile and also played on the right and through the middle for the Dons during 2021/22.
Forest will definitely find themselves in the market for news forwards during the close season.
Brennan Johnson could well be sold, Philip Zinckernagel is only on loan, whilst Alex Mighten and Joe Lolley have both struggled for consistency during the current campaign.
Rudoni is also on the radar of Championship clubs. Fulham, Luton, Swansea, West Brom and Hull have all watched him this season.
The 20-year-old signed for the Plough Lane-based outfit at the age of 10 but could be set to exit the club in the summer.
Forest boss Steve Cooper has a proud record of working with younger players and that could bode well when it comes to landing Rudoni.
Future: Wimbledon star Rudoni would be decent Forest addition
The Reds will naturally enter the transfer market during the summer. Lots of loan players will head back to their parent clubs and that will create spaces in the squad.
Having a player like Rudoni could prove ideal. He loves scoring goals and is also capable of weighing in with assists, making him useful for the Reds.
Forest will face some stiff competition for his signature but a clear pathway to the first-team could see the player fancy a move to the City Ground.