Premier League club eyeing deal for Arsenal goalkeeper?
Nottingham Forest are reportedly interested in signing Arsenal goalkeeper Matt Turner on a permanent basis.
The USA international joined the Gunners from New England Revolution last summer following the exit of Bernd Leno.
Turner was limited to appearances in the Cup competitions last term, and it is now reported that he is on the radar of Forest.
Steve Cooper's side have been in talks with Manchester United for Dean Henderson, but a deal has not materialised.
As a result, they have turned their attention to Turner, who is said to be open to securing regular playing time in his career.
Arsenal bought Turner from New England Revolution for around £5.5m. The Gunners may want at least £15m to sell him.
If Turner heads for the exit door, there are suggestions that Arsenal could pursue the signature of David Raya from Brentford.
The north London giants see him as a strong competitor to Aaron Ramsdale between the sticks. He could replace him too.