Nottingham Forest man Djed Spence dreams of playing for Manchester United and has five different offers on the table ahead of next season.

The Reds star has been instrumental in the Reds’ rise up the Championship and will be a target for several clubs in the summer.

According to Sky Sports Germany reporter Florian Plettenberg, Spence will be available for between £10 million and £12 million during the transfer window.

The right wing-back is attracting interest from lots of clubs. United are keen, with Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester City and Bayern Munich all in the mix.

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Spence has been in fine form for the Reds. He has been a mainstay in the team under Steve Cooper, making 39 appearances and registering eight goal contributions.

His form has been so good that England have come calling. The defender made his debut for the Under-21s last month and looks set for a bright future.

Middlesbrough bizarrely allowed Spence out on loan during last summer’s transfer window. Neil Warnock chose to banish him from the Boro senior ranks much to the delight of Forest.

He’s quickly become a fan favourite on Trentside. Indeed, if the Reds do win promotion you can expect Forest to add their name to the list of clubs interested in Spence.

Spence set for stardom and Forest will hope for promotion

The only feasible way that the Reds land the defender this summer is if they can claim a place in the Premier League. Even then it might not be enough!

Looking at some of the clubs linked with Spence, he looks set to have some exciting offers. If United come calling, it seems as though his heart would be set on a switch to Old Trafford.

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One way or another, Spence is set for a bright future. If Forest don’t win promotion, then he will almost certainly sign terms with a Premier League club.

Based on the reports, it seems he will have options aplenty at the end of the 2021/22 campaign.

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