sport news Leicester 'chase Manchester United midfielder James Garner' trends now

sport news Leicester 'chase Manchester United midfielder James Garner' trends now
sport news Leicester 'chase Manchester United midfielder James Garner' trends now

sport news Leicester 'chase Manchester United midfielder James Garner' trends now

Leicester 'chase Manchester United midfielder James Garner' after impressive loan spell at Nottingham Forest this season but face competition from Premier League rivals for 21-year-old James Garner has impressed for Nottingham Forest this season on their way to the play-off final Erik ten Hag is reported to be planning to make a decision on the player's future Various clubs including Leicester and Leeds are said to be interested in Garner

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Leicester City are reported to be chasing on-loan Manchester United midfielder James Garner as Brendan Rodgers looks to rebuild the Foxes' squad this summer. 

Garner has impressed throughout the season as a key part of Steve Cooper's Nottingham Forest side that find themselves one game away from the Premier League. They face Huddersfield at Wembley on Sunday. 

With the 21-year-old's future at Manchester United uncertain, various Premier League clubs are said to be circling and interested in acquiring the player's services. 

James Garner has impressed for Steve Cooper's promotion-chasing Notts Forest side

James Garner has impressed for Steve Cooper's promotion-chasing Notts Forest side

Brendan Rodgers is believed to want to rebuild the Leicester squad this summer with new additions expected

Brendan Rodgers is believed to want to rebuild the Leicester squad this summer with new additions expected

According to the Mirror, the likes of Leeds, Southampton and Leicester are interested in the midfielder. Rodgers was said to be particularly impressed by his performance in Forest's 4-1 evisceration of Leicester at the City Ground earlier this season. 

With new boss Erik ten Hag having

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