Nottingham Forest are one of several clubs to have scouted Genk winger Mike Tresor. The Belgian is a wanted man and the Reds are keen to sign the player who has scored seven goals and registered 18 assists during the 2022/23 campaign.
Tresor will be a wanted man in the summer. According to 90Min, Burnley, Wolves, Leicester, Brighton and Brentford have all had him watched in recent months.
It’s March and already the Reds are being linked with more players. Given that Forest have added 30 new signings since they won promotion to the Premier League, that doesn’t really come as a huge surprise.
Tresor has been with Genk since 2021 when he signed from Willem II. Prior to that, he spent time with Anderlecht and NEC Nijmegen, collecting six caps for the Belgium Under-21s along the way.
The 23-year-old has a contract with Genk until 2025 so signing him in the summer certainly won’t come easily. Given his goal contributions this season, it’s certain that his current club will be demanding top whack for his services.
Tresor has really come of age during the current campaign. Now, with clubs all over Europe eyeing his services, it’s surely only a matter of time before he departs Genk.
Forest have scouted Tresor and he’d be a useful signing
This would be an amazing signing for the Reds. They’d have to compete with some big clubs to secure his signature but if they remain in the Premier League they will have every chance.
He could be absolutely perfect for the Reds too. Forest have relied far too much on Brennan Johnson this season and he needs some help.
Tresor typically operates on the left-hand side and along with Morgan Gibbs-White he could be the final piece of a trio to be feared for next season.
The youngster has his best years ahead of him, yet he’s already showcasing unreal quality. As a result, Forest must throw themselves firmly into the race to sign Tresor.