Nottingham Forest are keen to sign Piero Quispe during the summer transfer window. The Reds are set to rival Brentford and Brighton for the talented starlet.

According to Gol Peru, Forest have been monitoring the situation with the Peruvian wonderkid. He currently plays for Universitario where he has risen through the youth ranks to play senior football.

Quispe hasn’t played much football for the senior ranks in his homeland. He’s made 28 appearances during 2022/23, scoring four goals and claiming one assist.

Forest Quispe
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Typically, the South American performer operates as a number 10. He has, however, showcased his ability to play as a more conventional midfielder in the past.

The 21-year-old is highly rated in Peru. He’s already made his debut for the nation; featuring in a 1-0 friendly win over Bolivia back in November of last year.

Quispe is clearly an unknown quantity and it’s hard to grasp how the player might perform should he come to the Premier League.

Brighton could have the edge with this particular deal. They’ve signed a batch of unknown players in the past, with the majority becoming real gems.

Forest have perhaps had more limited success. They took Braian Ojeda from Paraguay and Brandon Aguilera from Costa Rica, but neither have made the breakthrough yet.

Forest want Quispe and he could prove a real find

If the player fancied a move to England then perhaps this would be a worthwhile deal as Forest look to scout South America.

Quispe might prove a useful addition. He could come in and get to grips with England and possibly feature for the under-21 team more often than not.

Furthermore, there is also the Papa John’s Trophy this year and that will give the young Reds a taste of playing against men.

Forest Quispe

Quispe has done okay during 2022/23. As a result, he looks like a player who could develop into a star and Forest could sign him for a very small fee.

Rumour rating: 5/10 – We’re in the middle with this one as we can’t claim to know anything about the player.

The club has done very well with South American imports though and as a result, we’d be open to this one coming to fruition.