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Nottingham Forest considering transfer swoop for 11-goal attacking midfielder

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Nottingham Forest are interested in Scott Twine after the attacking midfielder’s excellent season in League One so far.

The 22-year-old only joined up with the club in the summer but he has enjoyed a spectacular start to life with MK Dons, scoring 11 goals and registering eight assists from 24 league appearances.

Unsurprisingly, it appears such form is attracting attention from the Championship, with Nottinghamshire Live revealing that Twine is on Forest’s radar.

However, it does indicate that a move for the player is going to be very tough this season, as Liam Manning’s men are pushing for promotion from the third tier, whilst they tied Twine down to a ‘long-term deal’ when he signed in the summer.

So, the Reds would have to stump up a significant fee if they are to land the player, although Steve Cooper has been backed a lot in the market already.

Forest have brought in Steve Cook, Richie Laryea and Keinan Davis, with further additions expected at the City Ground before the deadline at the end of the month as the East Midlands outfit look to finish in the top six this season.

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The verdict

Twine has been excellent this season and his numbers for MK Dons mean it’s inevitable that Championship clubs will be watching the attacking midfielder.

Whilst Forest aren’t desperate for another attacking option, this would still be an exciting addition and if the club could do this deal then he would certainly enhance the squad and increase their promotion chances.

So, this could be one to monitor but it may took a big offer to convince MK Dons to sell this month.

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