Nottingham Forest is interested in acquiring midfielder Tyler Adams, making him the latest American player from Leeds United to want a potential transfer.
Following their relegation from the Premier League in 2022-23, Leeds United are preparing for a summer of player arrivals and departures. Loanee Weston McKennie, who joined from Juventus in January, has already returned to Italy.
It is likely that Brenden Aaronson will leave this summer due to a relegation clause in his contract. The 22-year-old midfielder is reportedly drawing interest from Bundesliga clubs for a potential loan move.
Additionally, Tyler Adams, who served as the captain of the USMNT during the 2022 World Cup, is also facing uncertainty regarding his future. The Daily Mail suggests that the talented 24-year-old is a target for Nottingham Forest, although his representatives have already engaged in discussions with several other clubs.
Adams became a Leeds United player in the summer of 2022, joining from RB Leipzig during Jesse Marsch’s tenure as manager at Elland Road. He featured in 26 matches for the club in various competitions before a hamstring injury prematurely ended his debut season in England.