Sunderland and Nottingham Forest want Ghana international.

According to reports from The Sunday People (printed edition; 10/12/2017 – page 48), Nottingham Forest and Sunderland are interested in Edwin Gyasi.

The 26-year-old plays for Aalesund FK in the Norwegian Tippeligaen. He joined the club in 2016, and has scored 12 goals in 53 games.

The Ghana international, who has scored six goals in 29 games in all competitions this season, is also wanted by two Premier League clubs – Brighton and Stoke City.

Sunderland are really struggling in the Championship this season, and their manager Chris Coleman has spoken about adding new players in January.

The Black Cats have won just once in their last 17 Championship games, and find themselves second bottom in the league.

The report claims that the winger is valued at £750,000, which is well within the affordable range of Sunderland.

Nottingham Forest on the other hand are 11th in the league with 30 points.

Mark Warburton is expected to be particularly active next month, but he has recently insisted that he will only bring players in if they are significantly better than what they have at the moment.

According to reports from Nottingham Post, Warburton is looking to add a forward to his ranks, and Gyasi could be a good option for them.

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