‘What can’t he do?’ Man Utd boy James Garner hailed as former Nottingham Forest hero, Traore makes bold prediction

FORMER Arsenal left-back Armand Traore has aided Manchester United star James Garner to the top after his dazzling display for Nottingham Forest.

20-year-old youth associated with Red in the second half of the last campaign, he scored four goals in 20 Championship games.


James Garner starred during his loan spell at Nottingham Forest from Manchester United[/caption]

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Former Red Devils left-back Armand Traore believes Garner could soon break into England’s senior squad[/caption]

And then commits his long-term future to the Red Devils in AugustThe England youth international was sent back to the City Ground for this entire term.

Garner has cemented himself as a key player under manager Steve Cooper, and the midfielder has repaid his faith by scoring one goal and three assists from 27 appearances in charge. This period.

He starred in Forest’s 4-1 win over Leicester on Sunday where they eliminated the FA Cup champions in the fourth round stage.

Traore, who made 32 appearances for Forest from 2016-2018, believes Garner can play in Three Lions‘senior party within the next 18 months.

And he has urged United to resist the temptation to recall the player when he says Forest is the perfect place for him to develop.

Talk to SunSport via Of the youngster, the 32-year-old said: “He is an absolute ball player. What a player! And he’s only 20 years old.


“You watch him play with such maturity, he reminds me of Xabi Alonso with the maturity he has.

“A lot of people don’t realize how hard it is to simply play football.

“This guy makes everything look so simple and easy. He’s tough on tackles, he’s fearless, his long range, short range passing is amazing.

“I watched him score with both feet, what can’t he do? I wouldn’t be surprised if United tried to call him back, but it would be a big mistake for Garner if he did.

“He needs to stay at Forrest and develop. He is enjoying his football.

“But in 18 months, don’t be surprised to see him play in the England team – he’s very good. Gareth Southgate will be noticed. ”

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