Brentford have had a £10million bid for Nottingham Forest’s Brennan Johnson rejected, reports John Percy.
Telegraph reporter Percy revealed on Twitter last night that Brentford have had a £10million offer for Johnson, 20, rejected by Nottingham Forest.
The Welsh international has been in fine form this season, scoring five and assisting as many with his side having surged up the Championship table since Steve Cooper’s appointment earlier this season.
Reports this week have claimed that all of Everton, Newcastle United, Spurs and West Ham are looking at Johnson ahead of January.
The same report went on to reveal that Forest want at least £20million for the attacker.
But Percy says that Forest don’t want to sell Johnson next month, and that the youngster wants to continue playing under Cooper.
Nevertheless, Brentford’s offer has been somewhat laughed off by Nottingham Forest fans on Twitter – see what they had to say below:
Worth more than 10 mill that’s for sure
— JP (@Bo55jppp) December 22, 2021
If he won’t sign a new deal, we should sell. Else as of the summer, his value stops increasing and we start losing out. Becomes a big risk if we don’t get promoted. I hope he stays for years, but have to do best by the club, not the individual.
— Steve Stone's Mullet (@RedDogCam) December 22, 2021
Tin pot offer from tin pot club
— FFSForest (@Forest_No_22) December 22, 2021
You might get a signed photo for £10m
— Nacho Camacho (@JmIBC) December 22, 2021
— All about the reds (@Gavinthered78) December 22, 2021
The disrespect…£10m is actually laughable😭😭
— Hassan (@Forestaremagiic) December 23, 2021
Brentford ahahaha 10 mil. Small club vibes
— forestaremagic_ 🇺🇦 (@NFFC_02) December 22, 2021