Manchester United are ready to sell James Garner amid interest in transferring five Premier League clubs including Tottenham

Manchester United have reportedly decided to sell youngster James Garner.

The highly-rated youngster spent the better part of two seasons on loan at Nottingham Forest, which helped him secure promotion to Brim.

Man United are said to be open to offers for Garner with several teams interested


Man United are said to be open to offers for Garner with several teams interestedCredit: Getty

the athlete She reported that the Red Devils are open to offers for the 21-year-old with several competitors interested in Prem.

Spurs, Everton, Southampton and Leeds are all said to be keen on Garner, with Forrest uncertain after recruiting heavily.

Reports suggest the expected value by Old Trafford chiefs is between £14m and £20m.

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However, he was not able to convince Eric Ten Hag after suffering a minor injury.

Since then he has been an unused substitute in the disappointing defeats against Brighton and Brentford.

It’s disappointing for the star, who wowed at Forrest last season under Steve Cooper.

He played 49 games for Steve Cooper’s team, scored four goals and provided eight assists.

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Garner is no longer willing to play a secondary role for others, and insists he plans to build on the progress he’s made on the City Ground.

Talking to Mailhe said: “I had a really good season last season – full of confidence, full of experience. The experience I didn’t have, I feel I now have.

“I’ve played in some big pressing matches and I think they are new and have improved me. It was an almost perfect loan experience I could have had.

“I played pretty much every game, played well and ended up winning the promotion. For me, that’s probably the perfect loan.

“I’ve had two full seasons now playing pretty back-to-back every week, two or three times a week.

“So for me, if I don’t do it now, I think it would be a step back in my career and that’s something I don’t really want to do right now.”

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