Club ‘ready offer’ for Nottingham Forest man ahead of January transfer window….

The latest Nottingham Forest transfer news: The defender could be one of the players to leave the club when the winter window opens.

Championship club Middlesbrough are reportedly “ready” to make their “initial offer” to sign Nottingham Forest captain Joe Worrall in the January transfer window.The centre-back could leave the club during the winter window after falling out of favor this season. After starting and captaining the team in the first five Premier League matches of the season, the 26-year-old initially sat on the bench before being dropped from the team completely in the final seven matches championship. Worrall, along with fellow centre-back Scott McKenna, has reportedly been ordered to stay away from first-team training. NottinghamshireLive understands that although the duo have not trained with the first team during the tactical build-up to the match, they have not been completely excluded and there are no behavioral issues or disputes with management . Worrall’s exclusion from the squad led to discussions that he could be moved on at the start of the January transfer window. Last week it was claimed that Championship club Leicester City were “monitoring” the captain, but there could now be competition. According to the Sun, Middlesbrough, who have also previously been linked with interest, are ‘ready’ to make an ‘initial offer’ to the player. Michael Carrick’s side are reported to be looking to sign Worrall initially on loan, which would turn into a permanent deal if they achieve promotion at the end of the season. Middlesbrough are currently 13th in the Championship table but are just five points away from the play-offs in a crowded mid-table. They won 2-1 against Swansea City on Saturday, ending a run of three consecutive league defeats.Just a few months ago, Worrall put pen to paper on a new deal at the City Ground, extending it by two years. He means that his contract with the club will last until 2026.

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