Nottingham Forest are a fan of Leeds Uniteds manager Crysencio Summerville, according to The Athletic.
The Dutch winger has been on the Periphery of Leeds for quite some time now, but unfortunately for the youngster, he has rarely had the chance to prove himself in the senior squad.
Summerville previously attempted to make a temporary move away from Elland Road, but as he enters the final year of his contract, he could now seek for a permanent solution.
Forest are reportedly keen on the attacker, while Sheffield United are also interested in his services.
Summerville is a talented young player who would certainly suit Forest.
The less-active winger, like Raheem Sterling, has a real eye for goal, and you have to feel that he would complement Brennan Johnson very well in this Forest side.
Forest will not be able to take risks on an unproven youngster like Summerville during the next season, so if he is looking for regular football, perhaps a move to Bramall Lane might benefit him more than the City Ground.
Despite his experience at Forest and Swansea, Steve Cooper demonstrated a lot of trust in his youth, so maybe Summerville might be a regular on the banks of the Trent.
Leeds United will not want to lose this young starlet, but they can''t promise him a route into the first team, and he may be looking for an end ahead of his contract expiring in 2023.