As many as five Championship clubs want to sign Tosin Kehinde this summer, according to All Nigeria Soccer.
Kehinde’s contract at Manchester United expired at the end of June and while he remains in talks with the club, he is also attracting a lot of interest from others.
Championship quintet Brentford, Derby County, Nottingham Forest, Queens Park Rangers and Reading have all held preliminary talks with Kehinde’s representatives, with Man United set to demand £500,000 in compensation money for the midfield man.
The 20-year-old is yet to make his first-team debut and wants assurances over his playing time if he stays at Man United.
He is willing to leave if not and Barcelona are hoping to add him to their B squad.
As well as Barcelona, Man United and the Championship sides, Kehinde is also on the radar of unnamed League One clubs and is also being monitored by teams from Austria, France, Norway, Sweden, Spain and Turkey.
The Nigerian youngster was a regular for Man United’s under-23 side and now could move this summer.
Kehinde obviously has a lot of talent and perhaps a Championship move would be for the best.
Players need first-team game time by this age and any of these clubs would be able to offer him that.
The versatile midfielder would be a coup for any of these mentioned Championship sides, both for the meantime and looking ahead to the future.
Derby, Nottingham Forest, QPR, Brentford and Reading fans – Would you like to sign Kehinde? Let us know below…
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