Nottingham Forest face fight to keep hold of boss Steve Cooper
EXCLUSIVE: Nottingham Forest face a fight to keep hold of boss Steve Cooper next season with a number of Premier League clubs impressed by the manager’s work at the City Ground
- A number of Premier League clubs have been impressed by Steve Cooper
- The Nottingham Forest manager is attracting interest ahead of next season
- Forest are 13th in the Premier League, four points away from the bottom three
Nottingham Forest are facing a fight to keep manager Steve Cooper at the club ahead of next season.
Cooper has built a reputation as one of the country’s best young coaches at the City Ground but his work is attracting interest from rival clubs.
A number of Premier League managerial jobs are set to come up at the end of the season and Sportsmail understands Cooper is already being identified by clubs as a target.
There is doubt over the head coach’s position at Tottenham, Chelsea, West Ham, Southampton and Leeds heading into the end of the season.
Brighton may also be on the look out for a new boss amid growing interest in their manager Roberto De Zerbi.
Steve Cooper is attracting interest from a number of top Premier League clubs for next season
Cooper is currently under consideration for at least two clubs heading into the summer.
The former Swansea boss found himself under huge pressure earlier in the season following a tough start, but has emerged as a possible manager of the season contender after turning Forest’s season around.
Cooper signed a new contract earlier this season, tying him to the club until 2025 but his work at the City Ground is not going unnoticed by teams in England’s top division with Forest bracing themselves for interest in their boss.
Cooper is a Manager of the Year contender after steering Forest away from the bottom three
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