Nottingham Forest man Jorge Grant looks set to move to League Two side Mansfield Town on loan until the end of the season – according to Football Insider.
The 24-year-old recently saw his loan deal at Luton Town cut short after scoring four goals in twenty-two games for the Hatters, but now looks set to complete a move to the One Call Stadium.
Having scored nineteen goals from midfield for Notts County in League Two last term, Grant would be an exciting addition for the promotion-chasing Stags.
Here, we discuss whether it’s a good signing for Mansfield…
“What a fantastic signing this would be.
“Grant was superb for Notts County last season, and contributed to many goals from either out wide or behind the striker.
“This could be the signing that gets Mansfield over the line in League Two.”
“It makes me angry actually.
“I’m a League Two fan and it upsets me to see clubs like QPR and Birmingham punished for FFP when Mansfield and Forest Green spend what they want without recriminations.
“Yes, it’s a good signing, but their spending makes a mockery of well-run football clubs at that level.
“It’s something the Football League should pay close attention to.”
“Excellent business for Mansfield, we know what he can do at that level.
“Grant needs games and he’s more than comfortable in League Two.
“With the other clubs that were interested, this is some coup.”