Nottingham Forest have reportedly held exploratory talks with a view to the potential signing of Leeds United centre-back Robin Koch.
Nottingham Forest will be looking to strengthen their squad this summer. Far fewer signings are expected, but quality will be the order of the day if the club are to reach a new level in the Premier League next season. Several positions are being targeted, including goalkeeper, left-back and central defender.
According to the 90 Min website, Nottingham Forest have begun exploratory talks to sign Leeds United centre-back Robin Koch. Other clubs such as Manchester United, Tottenham, Brentford and Newcastle are also interested in the German, valued at around £15.5m on TransferMarkt.
This season, he played 36 Premier League games but was unable to prevent his club’s relegation to the Championship. He nevertheless had a decent season on a personal level, earning an average rating of 6.52 on specialist website WhoScored.