Nottingham Forest fans fear Joe Lolley will go to Aston Villa

Nottingham Forest's Joe Lolley battles with  Ipswich Town's Myles Kenlock

However, Nottingham Forest fans do not want to back Derby County to beat Aston Villa in the play off final.

Nottingham Forest's Joe Lolley battles with  Ipswich Town's Myles Kenlock

Nottingham Forest fear that Aston Villa earning promotion will see Joe Lolley taken from them.

Villa have been linked with Lolley throughout the campaign, and the Forest man supports the claret and blues.

 

There is now a genuine fear around Forest that Dean Smith’s side could come for their main playmaker if they win at Wembley in two weekends’ time.

But Forest fans also are not keen on the idea of Derby County winning the play off final, leaving them stuck between a rock and a hard place.

Losing Lolley would be a huge blow for Forest, as he had such a brilliant campaign at the City Ground last term.

Lolley was Forest’s main source of creativity, but he also scored regularly.

If he was to move to Villa he could enhance Smith’s attacking options, and that switch could appeal given Lolley’s allegiances to the Villans.

Joe Lolley of Nottingham Forest (23) celebrates after scoring his team's first goal during the Sky Bet Championship match between Nottingham Forest and Wigan Athletic at City Ground on...

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