Nottingham Forest have eyes on £13m transfer for in-demand defender

Nottingham Forest and West Ham United are still keen on a move for Fenerbache defender Jayden Oosterwolde according to reports in Turkey.

The Dutchman has had an excellent season and it is claimed that the list of suitors continues to grow by the day. Ipswich and Brentford are also said to be monitoring his situation according to Takvim.

The Dutchman has been receiving attention from a number of clubs in recent weeks following his performances for the Turkish side. The defender also has interest from Italy which could be an option for the 23-year-old given he previously had a spell at Parma before moving to Turkey.

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It is claimed that the transfer fee could be around £13m for the left-back who can also play in the centre of defence. Oosterwolde made 39 appearances for Fenerbahce last season, scoring twice and he is under contract until 2027.

Forest have been linked with numerous left-backs in recent months with Nuno Tavares heading back to Arsenal. It comes amid claims that Forest are in talks with Villa over a £4m transfer for Lamare Bogarde.

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