Nottingham Forest have been busy in the transfer window, and they do not look like slowing down.
Aitor Karanka is in need of strength in the full-back positions, and it seems that West Ham United’s Sam Byram is on their wishlist.
A report in The Sun on Monday claimed that the Reds are closing in on a deal for the 24-year-old.
It is believed that Byram will move to the City Ground on loan for the 2018-19 season.
The Leeds United graduate signed for the Hammers in 2016 but has struggled to hold down a regular place.
In the most recent campaign, Byram made just five Premier League appearances and a further five in cup competitions.
If he manages to earn regular game time at Forest, he could potentially impress West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini, or alternatively, Karanka may decide to sign him permanently.
With rumours swirling that Byram is on his way to the City Ground, we asked you if it would be a good move, and an overwhelming majority are all for it.