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TRANSFERS | Huddersfield Town Enter Race for Pato?
Reports this evening are suggesting that Huddersfield Town have joined Charlton Athletic in the race for Nottingham Forest's former Walsall winger, Jamie Paterson, with the Coventry-born player looking increasingly likely to seal a move away from the City Ground ahead of Tuesday evening's transfer window closure.
Reports this evening are suggesting that Huddersfield Town have joined Charlton Athletic in the race for Nottingham Forest's former Walsall winger, Jamie Paterson, with the Coventry-born player looking increasingly likely to seal a move away from the City Ground ahead of Tuesday evening's transfer window closure.

23-year-old, Coventry born Paterson, who made his Walsall breakthrough in 2010, joined Forest for an undisclosed fee, believed to be in excess of £1m when including add-ons, in 2013 following a successful season at Banks's Stadium, and went on to make thirty-nine appearances during his first season in the side.

Last season however, firstly under Stuart Pearce then later Dougie Freedman, Jamie saw his chances limited, as he made just twenty overall appearances for the side.

Part of Paterson's 2013 transfer agreement is believed, though not confirmed, to include a sell-on clause in the region of 10-15% of any future sale, neither Walsall or Nottingham Forest have confirmed the clause, though in a transfer involving a young talent joining a higher placed club such a clause is often included.

Huddersfield were keen on signing Paterson before he joined Forest and are said to have reignited their interest over the last few days.
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