Premier League side looking to offload Super Eagles star

Nottingham Forest looking to offload Super Eagles star?

Barely five months after moving from Watford, Super Eagles star – Emmanuel Dennis is reportedly facing major repercussions from newly promoted Premier League side.

Nottingham Forest looking to offload Super Eagles star?

In a move to create more room in the 25-man squad, Footballrover understands that the Premier League newcomers are trying to offload Dennis, who they paid £15 million for from the Championship team, to a club abroad.

Less than five months after his £15 million transfer from Watford, Nottingham Forest are now seriously considering letting Emmanuel Dennis go, according to John Percy of the Telegraph.

The Nigerian international has been made transferable this month as Forest looks to reduce their 25-man squad in order to make fresh acquisitions.

The Steve Cooper side acquired the 25-year-old during the summer transfer window, along with fellow Nigerian international – Taiwo Awoniyi, but he has found it difficult to make a mark, earning just three Premier League appearances and finding back of the net just once.

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Clearly, it appears that preparations are being made to sell the Super Eagles star before the January 31 cutoff date.

Although, Footballrover also gathered that Emmanuel Dennis submitted a transfer request, and there are proposals from MLS and Saudi Arabia.

As it stands, Dennis can only sign for a club abroad or go back to Watford because he has played for both Forest and Watford this season.

It is believed that Dennis would head back to Watford should the Championship team be eager to seal a deal.

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