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Should Nottingham Forest bring in this Manchester United striker in January?



Nottingham Forest have made a relatively strong start to the season, and will hope to creep into the play-off spots come May.

The Reds were nearly relegated at the end of last season and a win on the final day vs Ipswich Town sealed their status as a Championship side, leaving much to be desired this season.

However, despite Britt Assombalonga leaving in a big money move to Middlesbrough, their summer went swimmingly, bringing in solid players and a new set of owners to oust the former, despised regime.

Their squad is far from perfect, however, and Mark Warburton will be hoping to make further additions in January to bolster his side’s chances of a play-off run towards the end of the season.

A player they should be eyeing up is James Wilson from Manchester United, who clearly has no future at Old Trafford and will be extremely unlikely to catch a Premier League move.

Daryl Murphy has made a good start to life at the City Ground with six goals since signing from Newcastle, but his playing days will soon be over at 34-years-of-age, and a younger striker will be needed to inherit his spot.

Jason Cummings has been pretty unimpressive since signing from Hibernian over the summer, and whilst Tyler Walker showed excellent form against QPR over the weekend, he is far from the finished product.

Wilson needs a new start in his football career.

A player who once looked so promising at Manchester United is now far from the first team, though still at the age of 21-years-old.

A move to a good club with a good manager would be good for him, and he could be the man to fire Forest up the table in the second half of the season.

Forest fans… What do you make of this? Should Wilson be signed? Let us know in the comments below!

ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: Should Nottingham Forest bring in this Manchester United striker in January?

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