Nottingham Forest have been told they will have to shell out if they want to sign Ipswich Town striker Martyn Waghorn according to The Nottingham Post.
The 28-year-old only joined the Tractor Boys last summer and had a fine season in the Championship, scoring 16 goals and making 11 assists in 44 league appearances.
According to the report, Ipswich manager Paul Hurst has made it clear that it will take a huge bid for the club to part with their star forward after they paid £250,ooo to sign him from Rangers last summer.
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Nottingham Forest have had a very busy transfer window and have bolstered their attacking options with the signings of Lewis Grabban and Joao Carvalho.
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Waghorn did have a fine season and he would make add even more potency up top, but Forest must start deciding when enough is enough, as sometimes too many new additions can upset the balance of the team.