Nottingham Forest are keen on a summer move for Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban, according to The Sun journalist Alan Nixon.
The experienced forward has spent this season on loan at Sunderland and Aston Villa. Bournemouth are likely to offload him this summer on a permanent basis.
Nottingham Forest are looking set for a busy summer as their manager, Aitor Karanka, looks to bolster his squad with some new signings. Lewis Grabban is a player who the Spaniard is keen on bringing to the City Ground.
Grabban was on fire for Sunderland earlier this season and scored 12 goals in 20 games. He returned to Bournemouth in January but was then shipped out to Aston Villa. He has chipped in with some valuable goals for Steve Bruce’s promotion chasing side. They are also said to be keen on signing him on a permanent basis but his future at Villa Park could depend on what league they are in next season.
The 30-year-old has had spells in his career at Crystal Palace, Millwall, Brentford, Rotherham United, Norwich City and Reading prior to this season and is now looking for somewhere to call his permanent home. Nottingham Forest is a possibility but there will no doubt be other interest from elsewhere in him too.
Lewis Grabban is a proven Championship goal scorer and has bags of experience at this level. He would be a very good signing for Nottingham Forest.