Date: 22nd April 2020 at 10:00am
Written by: Max Judge

Some Nottingham Forest fans have been reacting to reports that we could be forced to sell defensive duo Matty Cash and Joe Worrall if we do not achieve promotion to the Premier League in the current campaign.

The Reds are fifth in the Championship and are in the mix for promotion as we sit 10 points behind West Bromwich Albion in second and five points ahead of Bristol City who sit just outside the Play-off places.

Cash and Worrall have been two of our most important first-team players, with both starting over 30 games each this season. Football Insider previously reported that a combination of revenue issues and missing out on promotion could see both individuals leave the club, due to the season being suspended.

Will Matty Cash and Joe Worrall leave the club in the summer?

Yes

Yes

No

No

The same source revealed that we rejected a £12m bid for Cash in January, and Worrall has been linked with various Premier League clubs for the past few years.

With this in mind, supporters feared the worst and made their feelings clear about it on social media. One fan said “here we go again”, and was frustrated over the fact we produce a decent a team and then be forced to sell, while another similarly said that “it’s always the same”, referencing the sale of Jermaine Jenas in 2002.

 
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