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Nottingham Forest join Sheffield Wednesday in race to sign Liverpool midfielder



Nottingham Forest have joined Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol City in expressing an interest in Liverpool midfielder Alex O’Hanlon, according to Sky Sports.


The Republic of Ireland youngster is reportedly set to leave Liverpool in the summer and a number of Football League sides are vying for his services.

The 20-year-old has already been on trial to play-off hopefuls Sheffield Wednesday and interest from Bristol City has come to an end, which suggests that he is still very much available.

Nottingham Forest alongside Wednesday and Bristol City are the main teams in the running to sign the U21 international, with O’Hanlon claiming that he wants regular football.

The out-of-contract player joined the Premier League side in 2011 from Dublin side St. Kevin’s Boys Club.

O’ Hanlon can play in both central midfield and out on the left and with Forest out of their transfer embargo a move looks likely.

Despite being a free-agent in the summer his age would mean that a compensation fee must be paid to Liverpool for his signature  – a term that may have trouble with Financial Fairplay Regulations.

Forest fans, do you think that O’Hanlon would be a good signing? Let us know in the comments below!

17, work for Youth Football Scotland and write for Football League World. Rotherham United fan. Contact me @ Twitter: @rafiethompson

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