UD Almeria prepared to offer £8million for Nottingham Forest youngster Arvin Appiah, according to Nottinghamshire Live.
Spanish second division club UD Almeria prepared to offer £8million for Nottingham Forest young attacker Arvin Appiah.
He made his professional debut for Nottingham Forest in October 2018, he came on as a substitute and scoring a goal in a 3-2 loss in a fourth-round EFL Cup game against Burton Albion.
The 18-year-old has played of England U16’s, U17’s, U18’s and U19’s. Overall, he has made 27 appearances for his country in the various youth ranks and scored seven goals.
In January 2019, the youngster signed a new four-and-a-half-year deal with Nottingham Forest and he told the club website: “I am delighted to sign a new contract at this great club.
“I have been here since the age of nine so being around the first-team, training and travelling with them, it is a great opportunity to gain experience so I am delighted.
“I have learned a lot, being around such experienced players as Michael Dawson, Lewis Grabban and Danny Fox. I can ask them questions and they have given me good feedback so it is great being around them.
“I am very grateful to everyone at the club for helping me. From the age of Under 9s to 18s and 23s, they have helped me a lot, strength-wise, technique and everything so I am really appreciative of the hard work they have put into me.”
At the weekend, Nottingham Forest drew 1-1 with Preston North End and that result extends their unbeaten run to seven games. Albert Adomah found the back of the net to get a deserved point.