After reports of Wigan’s apparent interest in Grimsby Town star Omar Bogle broke last week, it was revealed by the Grimsby Telegraph that Nottingham Forest have also been scouting the League Two striker.
With Nottingham Forest keen to add some firepower up top, they could swoop for the 23-year-old, who has already hit nine goals this term.
Prior to this, he was prolific at non-league level for Solihull Moors and then Grimsby after youth spells with West Brom, Birmingham and Celtic.
The once-capped England C international is certainly proving capable of scoring goals in the EFL but there is a big gulf in class between League Two and the Championship, so making a January move for him is a risk that both Wigan and Nottingham Forest will have to weigh up before sanctioning.
Here are TWO pros and TWO cons that Nottingham Forest will have to consider in signing Omar Bogle…