Report: Nottingham Forest want Liam Bossin, Tyler Walker could leave on loan

General view inside the City Ground

Nottingham Forest could reportedly send Tyler Walker on loan to Grimsby Town in the summer transfer window.

General view inside the City Ground

Nottingham Forest are interested in signing goalkeeper Liam Bossin in the summer transfer window, according to The Sun on Sunday (print edition, page 59, June 25, 2017).

It has been reported by the British tabloid that Forest want the 20-year-old Anderlecht man to challenge for the first-choice goalkeeping spot at the City Ground next season.

Nottingham Forest's Tyler Walker scores a goal that was later disallowed

According to the report, the Championship club have agreed a compensation package that will see the Republic of Ireland Under-21 international goalkeeper make the switch to the City Ground.

The Sun on Sunday (print edition, page 59, June 25, 2017) has also reported that Forest manager Mark Warburton is considering letting Tyler Walker leave on loan.

It has been reported that Warburton is considering a season-long loan switch for the 20-year-old forward to League Two outfit Grimsby Town.

Walker is a very talented and promising young forward, and a season in League Two could be beneficial for him in the long run.

However, it would be better for the English youngster to remain in the Championship and play on loan for another club, or move to a League One outfit on a temporary basis.

Mark Warburton manager of Nottingham Forest

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