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Djed Spence Transfer News & Odds

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Nottingham Forest Odds

Djed Spence has been superb for Nottingham Forest this season, scoring three goals and creating four assists from right-wing-back in 46 appearances across all competitions this campaign for the City Ground club, on top of the 1.5 tackles, 1.6 interceptions and 1.3 clearances that he has averaged per game in the Championship this season.

The 21-year-old looks like a player with huge potential due to his attacking and defensive outputs, hence why Forest will be desperate to keep him alongside fellow loanee Jimmy Garner. The likelihood of Forest having a chance to keep both of these players will depend on whether they win their Championship play-off final against Huddersfield.

Arsenal Odds

Mikel Arteta has seen in person the problems that Spence can cause to any team, as he helped Nottingham Forest to a shock 1-0 win over Arsenal in the FA Cup 3rd Round and his personal highlight was dribbling past Gabriel Martinelli and Martin Ødegaard as he bombed down the right-wing.

This shows his speed and control of the game, which are shown in his stats, intercepting the ball on average 1.6 times a game, 0.4 times more than Takehiro Tomiyasu. His ability to win set pieces for his team was evident too, with 1.2 on average per game being double that of Tomiyasu, which illustrates his threat going forward as well.

With Cedric Soares an apparent transfer target of Atletico Madrid following Kieran Trippier’s departure to Newcastle in January and frequently being linked with a move away from the Emirates Stadium, Arteta may look to sign the Middlesbrough man.

Tottenham Hotspur Odds

Antonio Conte knows he has an uphill struggle to get his Tottenham Hotspur side on par with the likes of Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool, just like he did in his days with the Blues. And, with the north London side keeping tabs on the right-back for the past few seasons, Spence could fill the wing-back position that Tottenham have reportedly being looking to upgrade on for quite some time.

Matt Doherty and Emerson Royal have somewhat improved under the Italian's stewardship as the season has gone on, however, at just 21-years-old, the Forest wing-back has a lot of potential which could truly be unlocked at a high-quality Premier League side under a world-class coach.

Leeds United Odds

Leeds are undoubtedly in the window for a new right-back, having been left short in this position at the end of last season following Luke Ayling's suspension for a two-footed tackle against Arsenal.

The Elland Road club only really have Jamie Shackleton as cover for Ayling, however, there are questions over the 22-year-old's capabilities to play in the Premier League - hence why Jesse Marsch opted to play with Raphinha at right-wing-back on the odd occasion.

With Ayling set to turn 31-years-old at the start of next season, the addition of Spence would be useful for the Elland Road club, as it would add quality and provide much needed squad depth to their side.

AS Roma Odds

Jose Mourinho has been using his knowledge of English football over the last 12 months or so in order to help bolster his Roma squad in their fight to try and get back into the Champions League. The signing of centre forward Tammy Abraham last summer was instrumental to their Europa Conference League success, as was the performances of Chris Smalling, but could he further add to his English contingent?

Former Feyenoord right-back Rick Karsdorp is Roma's current first-choice right-back at present, but, with Spence being six years younger than the Netherlands international, on top of the fact that Davide Santon has not made an appearance due to reoccurring injuries, a move for Spence could be a logical move due to his potential to set Serie A alight.