Nottingham Forest is looking to add a new forward to their squad this summer and they have set their sights on Leicester City’s Kelechi Iheanacho. The Reds have already made contact with the Foxes and are hopeful of a positive outcome.
Iheanacho, who joined Leicester City from Manchester City in 2017, is keen to leave the club following their relegation from the Premier League. The Nigerian international has scored 55 goals and registered 33 assists in 206 appearances across all competitions for the Foxes.
If the move is completed, Iheanacho will become the third Nigerian at Nottingham Forest, joining Taiwo Awoniyi and Emmanuel Dennis in the squad. However, his compatriot Wilfred Ndidi is also expected to leave Leicester City this summer with Glasgow Celtic and Al Shabab showing interest in his services.
As Nottingham Forest sets their sights on Iheanacho, they hope to add his attacking prowess to their squad and improve their chances of success in the upcoming season. With the right combination of players and strategies, they could potentially climb the ranks and secure a position in the Premier League.