The Athletic reports that Scott McKenna, a target for the Rangers and Celtics, is also being considered by Turkish powerhouse Trabzonspor.
After starting Nottingham Forest’s first five Premier League games of the season, the 27-year-old defender has not appeared for the team.
Due to his lack of inclusion in matchday squads, the club is eager to let him go in the January transfer window.
Both Celtic and Rangers are interested in the former Aberdeen defender from north of the border.
Nonetheless, Turkey will present a challenge to the Scottish behemoths.
Trabzonspor finds McKenna intriguing and wants to take him to the Black Sea Coast.
The Trabzonspor are in need of defensive reinforcements, and McKenna is thought to be a good fit.
McKenna is anticipated to move clubs before the end of the month because Nottingham Forest is eager to let him go.
And the former Afghan man might find relocation to Turkey appealing.
Declan Rice was on the verge of signing with Celtic prior to West Ham’s success – Brendan Rodgers
Declan Rice was almost signed by Celtic, according to Brendan Rodgers, who also emphasized the risky nature of January transfer deals.
In light of the story of England midfielder Rice, who transferred from West Ham to Arsenal for a £105 million deal in the summer, Rodgers has cautioned against making any roster additions until early in the month.
Given that the majority of the club’s summer acquisitions have yet to establish themselves on the squad, Rodgers has previously discussed the necessity of acquiring players who can contribute right away.