Nottingham Forest and Fulham have both made bids for Liverpool defender Neco Williams, according to LFC Transfer Room.

The 2021/22 runners-up will consider selling their player this summer but they do want £15 million for him.

Williams spent the second half of last season on loan at Fulham. During his time at Craven Cottage, he helped Marco Silva’s team win the title and reach the Premier League.

As a result, they might hold the aces. Williams enjoyed his time in West London and he might fancy making that move a permanent one.

Forest make Williams bid
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The 21-year-old made 15 appearances for the Cottagers, scoring two goals and claiming two assists.

Williams has been admired by Jurgen Klopp and he does actually have 33 outings to his name for the Anfield giants.

After a 2-0 defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup back in 2020, the boss reserved praise for Williams, calling him ‘super’ after an accomplished showing.

Williams is learning all the time and right now, his development will be best served at a club where he can play every week.

Forest might be behind Fulham in the race to sign him. One thing that Williams should take into consideration, however, is game time.

The Reds are losing Djed Spence this summer. The player has returned to Middlesbrough and is now expected to complete a move to Tottenham.

As a result, Williams can be safe in the knowledge that if he signs for Forest he would instantly become the club’s number one right-sided wing-back option.

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The Reds desperately need to sign a right-sided wing-back. It seems possible that the club could feasibly need two during the summer transfer window.

Williams has a fair amount of experience for a 21-year-old. He has showcased his quality at Fulham and he’s also done okay when called upon by Liverpool.

Forest make Williams bid
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The youngster might be a slightly different player to Spence. Nonetheless, however, Forest would be getting themselves a very useful young talent if they can get a deal over the line.

Steve Cooper is Welsh, whilst Brennan Johnson plays alongside Williams for Wales.

In an ideal world, the Forest man would get in the ear of Williams and ensure he rejects the advances of Fulham this summer.

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