Date: 6th May 2019 at 4:59pm
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Sam Byram will return to West Ham United after his loan spell came to an end at Nottingham Forest, but there may be a chance he re-joins the Reds this summer.

The 25-year-old doesn’t appear to have a future at the London Stadium as Pablo Zabaleta and Ryan Fredericks are ahead of him in the pecking order. Nathaniel Clyne has been linked with a move to United too.

Byram has admitted he’d be open to joining Forest next season, although he didn’t say if it would be permanent or on loan. Nevertheless, supporters are very keen to bring him back to the East Midlands for 2019/20.

Byram has made eight appearances in all competitions this season, 63% of which have come in the last few weeks. He spent the majority of the campaign sidelined with a knee injury but has impressed since making his return.

His departure will leave the Reds short at right-back, as Saidy Janko will be returning to his parent club (FC Porto) too. It will leave Forest with Tendayi Darikwa as the only option at fullback unless a new recruit is brought in.

Fans have made it clear that they want Byram, but time will tell if Forest can bring him back.

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