Nottingham Forest are hoping to complete the signing of Liverpool talent Neco Williams but the Daily Mail claims that PSV are now interested.

The Reds have been linked with Williams all summer and it was claimed that advanced talks were taking place.

The 21-year-old had already agreed on personal terms with Forest and now a fee looks to have been negotiated with Liverpool.

It’s claimed that £16 million has seen the Reds get their man. There will also be a series of add-ons included in the deal.

PSV interested in Williams
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Now it appears that other parties remain keen, with PSV, Fulham and Southampton in the mix.

Williams is keen to sign for Forest and is said to be relishing the prospect of working under Steve Cooper.

Forest will still fancy their chances. The Wales international will be tasked with filling the boots of Djed Spence who was on loan at the club last season.

Having played 33 times for Liverpool, he will be up for the challenge and it will be interesting to see how he develops under Cooper.

Klopp has previously heaped praise on Williams and he will perhaps be sad to be leaving Liverpool.

He called him a machine two years ago and praised the player for his work rate when it came to training.

PSV interested in Williams and Forest must get this one done quickly

Cooper clearly sees something in the Liverpool man and that will be good enough for lots of supporters.

Crucially, if the head coach wants him then Forest have to make this happen as a matter of urgency.

PSV interested in Williams
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Forest will want to ensure they are competitive during 2022/23 and signing players like Williams will definitely help.

Now some focus may go on the opposite side of the pitch, with Omar Richards set to sign from Bayern Munich too.

Williams has played 21 times for Wales and he will hope to star for Forest ahead of the World Cup in November.

PSV will provide an attractive package but the lure of playing regularly in the Premier League might prove too much.

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