West Brom have been dealing with “a number of enquiries” for midfielder Graham Dorrans, according to Sky
The 26-year-old Scottish international’s contract is due to expire in the summer and no new offer looks likely to be made by the Baggies, and so Dorrans’ days at the Hawthorns appear to be numbered.
He has been linked with a move to Arsenal in the past, but is thought to be a continued transfer target for Championship high-fliers and Premier League hopefuls Nottingham Forest, with manager Billy Davies rekindling his interest in taking Dorrans to the City Ground.
Dorrans has made just two starts for his side this season, and is thought to be happy at the prospect of moving on and getting more first-team football under his belt.
Forest’s fellow former Premier League outfits Reading and Middlesbrough, both harbouring playoff ambitions as well, are also thought to be monitoring Dorrans’ situation at West Brom, and current Premier League outfit West Ham are also wanting to have another crack at signing the Scotland star.
The Hammers had a £4m bid rejected for Dorrans in 2010.
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