Forest, QPR, Reading, Derby & Brentford Monitoring Situation Of Man Utd's KehindePublished: July 03, 2018
A plethora of Championship and League One clubs are monitoring the situation of Manchester United starlet, Tosin Kehinde, with a view to a swoop in the summer transfer window, allnigeriasoccer.com has been informed by the player's representative.
The 20-year-old officially became a free agent on June 30 after his contract with United expired but his minders are still in talks with the Old Trafford outfit over extending his stay.
According to Tosin's agent, Emmanuel Wonder Adewole, he has held initial talks with Nottingham Forest, Queens Park Rangers, Reading, Derby County and Brentford but the major stumbling block to their plans has to do with money.
The Red Devils are holding out for a training compensation of 500,000 pounds and have rejected the possibility of the player extending his contract before sending him on loan to one of these interested clubs.
The Championship clubs have balked at the training compensation wanted by Manchester United as Kehinde has yet to make his first team debut for the Premier League side.
The Super Eagles hopeful is also on the radar of teams in Spain, Austria, France, Turkey, Netherlands, Sweden and Norway.
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