Reading are looking to make Tyrese Fornah's loan move a permanent one, according to reports in Ghana.

The English born midfielder, of Ghanaian heritage, has featured prominently on loan from Premier League Forest- his first season at Championship level.

He's played 33 times so far, scoring twice, as he continues to forge a career for himself at second tier level.

Previously with Shrewsbury Town and Plymouth Argyle in League One, the 23-year-old has a deal at the City Ground until summer 2024.

According to reports from, "talks are scheduled to begin between the two clubs in the next couple of weeks" and a fee of £1m is quoted in the story.

This time frame would tie up with the end of the season, as Noel Hunt's Royals have just three games to keep themselves in the Championship.

Formerly spending time in the Academy at Reading, Fornah has spoken in the past about his feelings for the club.