Nottingham Forest have set their price for Jamie Paterson according to the Sun via West London Sport, and it is believed to be around £1 million.
The attacking midfielder, who can also play as a striker or winger, has bagged three goals and set up three for his team mates whilst on loan at Huddersfield, and it is believed that David Wagner wants to sign him permanently when his loan spell at the John Smith’s Stadium expires in the summer.
Brentford are also believed to be interested in the player, although boss Dean Smith, who worked with Paterson at Walsall, has denied that he is looking for his signature.
Paterson would be a prize asset to any Championship team, and his loan spell at Huddersfield has proven that he has what it takes to fit into this level.
Paterson has had a great January, scoring three goals, claiming two assists and winning man of the match once as Huddersfield won two, drew two and lost three of their games in that month, including an FA Cup replay away at Reading.
Huddersfield are currently 16th place following Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with MK Dons, and are 13 points clear of the drop zone whilst 15 points below the play-offs.
Huddersfield fans, what do you think? Would you like to sign Paterson permanently in the summer? What do you think about Forest’s asking price?
Brentford fans, would Paterson fit into your side? Let us know below!