Polish international Lukasz Skorupski is attracting interest from England as Nottingham Forest look to snap him up on Deadline Day.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Championship side Nottingham Forest are eyeing a move for Roma’s second-in-command keeper Lukasz Skorupski.
The English club have reportedly tabled an offer of €5 million for the 26-year old Pole, however the Giallorossi and sporting director Monchi deem that sum insufficient at the moment.
Brazilian shot-stopper Alisson has maintained firm control of Roma’s goal this season, emerging as one of Italy’s top goalkeepers and breakout stars in between the sticks. Signaling world football’s elite clubs like Liverpool and Real Madrid, the 25-year old won’t be relinquishing his starting duties anytime soon, meaning Skorupski would likely agree to a move abroad ahead of the World Cup in hopes of playing a more prominent role as a first-choice option.
Skorupski returned to the Capitale last summer off a superb loan spell at Empoli, but because he will not be breaking into manager Eusebio Di Francesco’s starting eleven anytime soon, there is plenty of reason to believe he could be had at the right price.