English Championship club Nottingham Forest are looking to sign Scotland international Liam Palmer in a ‘bargain deal.’ (Sun).
The right-back has been a regular in Steve Clarke’s Scotland plans and narrowly missed out on a spot at Euro 2020 this summer. Nottingham Forest are thought to be keen on bringing him back to the Championship.
Palmer is plying his trade in League One for now after Sheffield Wednesday’s relegation from the Championship last season. He has been with the Hillsborough club for the entirety of his career, only leaving for a loan spell at Tranmere in the 2012/13 season.
But a chance to move back to the Championship with Nottingham Forest could prove tempting. Palmer would reunite with Scotland defender Scott McKenna if he completed a move to Forest.
Turning 30 in September, Palmer faces a fight to get back into the Scotland squad. Clarke picked Motherwell right-back Stephen O’Donnell as his first-choice at Euro 2020 while Rangers youngster Nathan Patterson served as understudy.
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