Manchester United midfielder James Garner is being targetted by Championship clubs this summer, with Sheffield United named as the most recent interested party.
Garner spent the first half of last season at Watford but joined Nottingham Forest halfway through the campaign, helping Chris Houghton’s side to a comfortably beating the drop from England’s second tier.
Nottingham Forest are said to be interested in bringing Garner back to the club this season but will now face competition from Sheffield United, who will aim to make it back to the Premier League at their first attempt.
That’s according to The Sun, who say that the Blades are ‘very keen’ on landing a loan deal for the promising midfielder, with their strong relationship with Manchester United cited as a cause for optimism.
Furthermore, it’s also claimed in the report that Newcastle and Aston Villa are interested in Axel Tuanzebe, with Manchester United holding out for £5m loan fee.