January transfer window: Nottingham Forest rumours- Forest are still in the hunt for George Boyd
Nottingham Forest remain in the frame to sign Peterborough’s talisman George Boyd.
Reports suggest Alex McLeish is still chasing the left winger as he looks to bolster Forest’s wide options during the January window.
The Posh have already turned down an offer made for Boyd which their chairman, Darragh MacAnthony described as a ‘derisory’ bid.
A further hint that a deal is in progress was made by MacAnthony on Twitter last night, when he was carrying out a Q&A session with his followers.
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A Forest fan asked, “Why don't you close out the deal of George Boyd to Forest?” MacAnthony replied, “That’s with Barry at the moment, all best.”
The Posh Chairman was referring to Peterborough’s director of football, Barry Fry, who deals with transfer negotiations.
If 27-year-old winger was to sign it would be his second spell at the City Ground after he arrived on loan back in 2010.
Boyd was given limited opportunities on Trent side with Billy Davies mainly deploying him as a substitute, he made only six appearances.