Morgan Gibbs-White thinks Nottingham Forest teammate is a problem

Morgan Gibbs-White is looking forward to playing alongside Ibrahim Sangare at Nottingham Forest. He’s now compared the midfielder to Yaya Toure after three matches alongside him.

In the summer, the Reds broke their transfer record by signing the player from PSV. He cost the club £30 million and joined shortly after Tottenham bought Brennan Johnson.
Sangare will need some time to adjust to life in the Premier League. So far, he’s showed glimpses of his potential, and Gibbs-White has showered praise on his new partner.

 

Gibbs-White compares Forest’s Sangare to Manchester City Legend

What a contrast! To be compared to Toure is quite an accomplishment, and it’s easy to see why Gibbs-White is so enthusiastic about the new Forest signing.

Sangare has the potential to be a Premier League fixture. Hopefully, he’ll be able to settle in properly and assist Forest advance in the division this season.

Gibbs-White was recently questioned about his new Forest partner. He has tremendous regard for Sangare and believes that his qualities are comparable to those of Toure.

“We played against PSV in pre-season and yeah, he’s a problem!” Gibbs-White told Premier League Productions. I’m referring to Yaya Toure 2.0! He’s so strong, so explosive, he can take on players, and he’s just really terrific technically.”

 

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Sangare has the potential to be a star at City Ground.

The Ivorian has had a difficult start, but he is still adjusting to the way Forest plays. In addition, the games have been coming thick and fast, and he must adjust to a new country.

The Reds are fortunate to have Sangare. Steve Cooper will continue to back the player because he was the one who courted him as his top target all summer.

With Gibbs-White likewise attempting to gain confidence, the two may potentially assist one other. Sangare’s presence should free Gibbs-White from his restraints, which can only benefit Forest.

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