Djibril Sow is on the radar of Nottingham Forest

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New reports have emerged that Nottingham Forest have shown an interest in signing Djibril Sow from Eintracht Frankfurt.

The 25-year-old midfielder, who last season was a key member of the Bundesliga team in their UEFA Europa League victory as Frankfurt beat Scottish giants Rangers on penalties, has reportedly drawn interest from the Garibaldi. This is according to TalkSport through the Nottingham Post.

The newly promoted outfit have shown a lot of ambition in this window. They have signed a whopping 14 players already, with more rumoured to come. 

Djibril Sow can be the latest one to join that list. The Frankfurt midfielder adds energy and dynamism to the middle of the park and is a good ball-winner as well. 

Nottingham Forest have got off to a mixed start in the division. They lost 2-0 to Newcastle on opening day but followed it up with an impressive victory against West Ham. 

What Can Sow Bring To The Table

After earning their first points, Cooper now appears to be trying to add additional players to the roster in preparation for Forest’s first Premier League campaign in 23 years. Sow appears to be the club’s next target as a central midfielder and looks poised to be the club’s next addition in Nottingham.

The newly promoted team has invested heavily in this summer’s return to the Premier League. Manager Steve Cooper may now look forward to completing a deal for Sow shortly. The addition of a player like Sow could be important in the club’s chances of remaining in the top-flight following a roller coaster of a promotion campaign last time out.

In other news, it also looks like Forest are going in for Houssem Aouar. The Frenchman was widely linked with a move to Arsenal, but it did not materialize. Forest will have two quality players in their ranks if they can wrap up a deal for these two midfielders.

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