Manchester United have joined Fulham and Nottingham Forest in following Stade Brestois 29’s Bradley Locko.

The left-back has registered three assists from 35 games for the Ligue 1 side and has been ‘a revelation’ this season. His form has seen a few Premier League sides take notice.

That’s at least what Jeunes Footeux are reporting, and say Locko has been on Fulham and Nottingham Forest’s sights. Manchester United are now added to the list.

Erik ten Hag hasn’t been able to rely on Tyrell Malacia this season, while Luke Shaw has been forced to miss most part of the campaign due to injuries.

The Red Devils could look for a new left-back in the summer window and Locko’s form has caught their attention.

Jeunes Footeux say the Frenchman isn’t the priority target for Manchester United, which may please Fulham and Nottingham Forest. They say the Old Trafford club are favouring a move for Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Rayan Aït-Nouri.

Brest signed the fullback from Stade de Reims on loan in January 2023 and made his stay permanent for €500,000 last summer.

With several teams in the picture, Brest expect to be contacted for Locko, and the report adds they will need at least €20m to sanction his sale in the next window.