Nottingham Forest star Djed Spence is attracting interest from several top European clubs who are waiting to pounce in the summer.
According to The Express, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham provide interest from the Premier League but clubs in the Bundesliga and Serie A are also monitoring the situation.
Spence has been tremendous for Forest this season. He has made 28 appearances for the club and is valued at £15 million by parent club Middlesbrough.
The 21-year-old proved a surprise signing for the Reds back in August. His move was sanctioned after the deadline but Forest had submitted a deal sheet.
From his very first outing, he’s showcased his undoubted class. He has made the right-back spot his own and he’s become a firm fan favourite.
Furthermore, there could be a really big interested party emerging in the race for his signature.
The report claims that Borussia Dortmund are monitoring Spence and could move into contention to sign him in the summer.
They previously plucked Jude Bellingham from the Championship and Spence could now emulate the England man.
Forest’s hopes of signing Spence look increasingly slim and supporters will have to enjoy him whilst they can.
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This loan move was seemingly make or break for Spence. He has underperformed at Middlesbrough under Neil Warnock and many fans were happy to see the back of him.
Not only has he played well at Forest but he’s now got some of European football’s top clubs monitoring his progress.
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That is testament to the form he has shown at Forest and Spence seems to be enjoying his football for the first time in a long while.
After Forest beat Arsenal in the FA Cup, Ian Wright called Spence ‘unbelievable’ for his heroics.
The player deserves a top move. At £15 million the Reds can rule themselves out of the permanent race to sign him unless promotion is secured.
Even then it might not be enough, with Spence looking absolutely destined to play for one of Europe’s top, top clubs.