Speaking to Stoke On Trent Live, Phil Sproson – the representative of Nottingham Forest youngster Jake Taylor – has said that the midfielder is attracting interest from a number of League One and Two sides.

Nottingham Forest youngster Jake Taylor has enjoyed a successful stint out on loan with League Two side Port Vale since joining up with the Valiants on loan in the summer transfer window. Taylor has netted six goals in 20 matches across all competitions, providing a number of assists as well.

And, with his current loan deal at Vale Park set to expire at the start of the January transfer window, it has been speculated as to where Taylor will be playing his football for the second half of the season. His agent Phil Sproson has now said that he is the subject of concrete interest from both League One and League Two sides, with Port Vale also keen to extend his loan spell.

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Speaking to Stoke On Trent Live, Sproson said:

“There has been concrete interest from League Two sides when Jake’s loan is up. But I am also aware of League One interest regarding his loan. I recommended him to John Askey and John pursued that. Anyone who has scored six in a short spell, and could have had more, will attract considerable attention.”

The report states that Forest would be willing to consider letting Taylor out on loan again or if they receive a substantial enough offer, let him leave on a permanent basis. However, it remains unknown whether Vale would pursue another loan deal or a permanent deal.

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