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Before Taiwo Awoniyi joined Nottingham Forest, Jesse Marsch reportedly intended to recruit the striker for Leeds United.

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The goal that Awoniyi scored for Forest last weekend against West Ham United at the City Ground pleased the former head coach of Leeds.

What has Jesse Marsch stated on Taiwo Awoniyi and Leeds United, then? Let’s examine this.
Jesse Marsch desired to join Leeds United with Taiwo Awoniyi.

Jesse Marsch has stated that he considered adding Taiwo Awoniyi to Leeds United’s roster. The disclosure was made by the former head coach of Leeds on Monday Night Football on Sky Sports Premier League.

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Leeds was under Marsch’s leadership from February 2022 until February 2023. After taking over as head coach of the Whites in lieu of Marcelo Bielsa, the American, who was interested in signing Benjamin Sesko, was able to maintain the squad in the Premier League.

But with the team facing relegation to the Championship, Leeds fired Marsch in February 2023. This season, the West Yorkshire team did finish in the bottom three in the Premier League standings. Their current goal is automatic promotion.

As of late, Marsch has stated that he intended to sign Union Berlin’s Awoniyi in the summer of 2022. Transfer fees for the 26-year-old striker came to £17.5 million for Nottingham Forest (Sky Sports).

This past weekend, Forest defeated West Ham United 2-0 at the City Ground in the Premier League thanks to a goal from Awoniyi.Every Premier League transfer from January window so far as Leeds United  add Weston McKennie - Leeds Live

During injury time in the first half, the Nigerian international scored.

When talking about Awoniyi’s goal versus West Ham on Sky Sports Premier League (7:22 p.m., February 19, 2024), Marsch stated the following: Yes, we did consider him for Leeds, and he was also a member of the Bundesliga. Good sportsman. Excellent touch there, powerful, quick, and technically flawless.
Performing well for Nottingham Forest is Taiwo Awoniyi.

Although Taiwo Awoniyi has struggled with injuries at Nottingham Forest, he has performed well and scored significant goals when he has been on form.

This season, the 26-year-old has made 11 starts and three substitute appearances for Forest in the Premier League. In those games, he has tallied six goals and provided two assists.

During the previous season, the striker played in the Premier League for the Reds with 17 starts and 10 substitute appearances. In those games, he contributed one assist and ten goals.

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