Manchester United News: Three teams want James Garner for next season
According to transfer news from MEN, on-loan Manchester United midfielder James Garner has three offers already for next season. Garner is currently out on loan at Championship side Nottingham Forest.
The 19-year-old was loaned to Watford last summer. He had a brilliant start to life in the Championship as he played in all but one of their opening 19 league games.
However, things changed when the Hornets fired manager Vladimir Ivic and appointed Xisco Munoz. Since the Spaniard’s appointment, Garner played just 40 minutes of football.
Manchester United and Watford both agreed to terminate the loan deal. And Garner is now at two time European Cup winners Forest on loan for the remainder of the season. Nottingham were not the only club interested in signing him. The midfielder was also pursued by Queens Park Rangers.
Now, it has been claimed by his agent that talks about his client’s future are underway. In the case that there is a third loan spell, there are three clubs already interested.
“Third loan? – I honestly don’t know. I had a couple of chats with John Murtough last week, but I’m so relaxed on the situation, as is James because things are going so well for him.
James has put himself in a great position where he’s probably going to have, if he does go out on loan again, the majority of the Championship and I would be amazed if one or two Premier League clubs don’t try and do something. I know Brighton like him, I know Norwich like him. I know Rangers are really keen on him as well.”
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So far, Garner has flourished for Forest and even though he has good potential, a first-team opportunity might be a bit of a stretch next season.
All the three aforementioned clubs could be good options to explore in case he goes out on loan again. Brighton and Rangers could give him top-flight experience, while Norwich are also on course for promotion.