After agreeing a new four-year contract with the Red Devils, star midfielder and young England international, James Garner is now said to have completed a season-long loan move to Championship side, Nottingham Forest in a sensational transfer.
According to the latest reports from reliable British outlet, Football Insider, the 21 year old had passed his medical examinations with the Tricky Trees yesterday and has now put pen to paper, with him now poised to ply his trade at the City Grounds for the 2021/22 campaign in a bid to gain more first-team experience.
Spending the 2020/21 season with the Championship side, James Garner put on fantastic performances, with him helping the club to clinch the 17th position and thus dodging relegation to League one and hence, making them to consider re-signing him for one more season.
Meanwhile, the young midfielder is not the only player leaving Old Trafford for first team opportunities with Axel Tuanzebe, Facundo Pellistri and Brandon Williams all moving to Aston Villa, Deportivo Alaves and Norwich City respectively. Moreover, Amad Diallo, Jesse Lingard and Diogo Dalot are also expected to leave the club before the transfer window closes.
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