Red Bull Leipzig is the target of Nottingham Forest’s “enquiry” as they prepare to sign full-back Angelino to a loan deal.


According to reports, RB Leipzig star Angelino is being watched by NOTTINGHAM FOREST.

The Daily Mail reports that Forest has contacted Leipzig in an effort to sign the talented left-back on a temporary basis.


After losing summer signing Omar Richards to a hairline fracture that could keep him out for a while, manager Steve Cooper is looking for cover at full-back.

The newly promoted Premier League team has turned to 25-year-old Angelino for this reason, but they are up against competition for his services.

During the summer transfer window, the Spaniard attracted interest from Brighton and Hoffenheim.

Since coming to Leipzig in 2020 on loan from Manchester City and later signing a permanent contract, the 25-year-old has made an impression.

In 98 appearances across all competitions for the Bundesliga team, the former Spain Under-21 international has accumulated a total of 12 goals and 28 assists.

In the summer transfer window, Forest has been very active, spending upwards of £85 million on a dozen players, including Dean Henderson, Jesse Lingard, Neco Williams, and others.

Additionally, Nottingham is currently searching for a left-back, midfielder, and forward and hopes to complete three more signings before the transfer deadline.

The Premier League team has been interested in Real Betis full-back Alex Moreno, but negotiations have been difficult.


Additionаlly, Wolves stаr Morgаn Gibbs-White аnd Atаlаntа midfielder Remo Freuler hаve been brought up by Forest.

Cooper аlso seems to be interested in Willem stаr Jizz Hornkаmp to help him with his аttаck.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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