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Nottingham Ready To Offload Dennis Five Months After £15m Move

Nottingham Ready To Offload Dennis Five Months After £15m Move

Nottingham Forest are ready to listen to offers for Emmanuel Dennis , reports Completesports.com.

Dennis arrived the City Ground from Sky Bet Championship club, Watford for £15m last summer.

The Nigeria international has however failed to make an impact at the club, starting only three games.

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The 25-year-old has also scored only once for Steve Cooper’s side.

Nottingham Forest are looking to strengthen their squad, but they must first offload some players.

Dennis is one of the players they are looking to allow leave before the end of the winter transfer window, according to the Telegraph.

Options open to the Nigeria international – and Forest – would be for him to move to a club abroad, or if he wants to remain in England he would only be eligible to return to Watford, given players cannot play for three teams in the same season as per FA rules.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Footballfanatic 1 year ago

    This is what you call bad market….If only Nottingham we’re warned about this guy….They will have to definitely take a loss on this one. He became arrogant way too fast instead of being humble and working harder. I hope he wakes up and changes that attitude.

  • Sean 1 year ago

    Few months in Atalanta Lookman is a wanted man in AC Milan to replace Unsettled Leao.
    Few months in Forrest, Dennis is wanted outta Club.
    Not a good news to start with for Dennis this new year.

  • Obaiy 1 year ago

    This guy is the most stupid and arrogant Nigeria player I know to even invite him to the national team is what I don’t know who’s doing the jazz for him since he puts pride ahead of himself he should be ready to be failure foolish dude a guy that destroys team spirit what is his use.?

  • Tristan 1 year ago

    Nobody will weep for Emanuel Dennis. His best option is to go to Turkey to revive his career. Definitely, no premier league club would buy him, and only struggling championship sides would look at him. I don’t expect him to take my advice so I know he’ll continue to hang around the English league like a bad smell.

  • Ako Amadi 1 year ago

    Does that surprise anyone? Dennis needs a psychiatrist urgently. Across Europe he has become infamous for arrogance, disobedience and selfishness. Dennis is such a brat he thinks he’s a star, and he’s an average player. I hope he doesn’t ever play for Nigeria again.

    • Golden Child 1 year ago

      I for one used to defend him but now understand he is beyound redemption. Good riddance is all I can say. He had better not bring his 2 left legs to the SE.

  • Ignatius Abo 1 year ago

    Dennis the menace. You will overcome this difficult situation. I n I believe your talent. We should not criticise players at their time of need. Dennis is far better than most other Super Eagles players.
    Heaven bless Emmanuel Dennis and all deserving Super Eagles players.

  • tayo 1 year ago

    Is this not the same Dennis some idiots fans slated Rohr severally on. Karma is truly a bitch God is just vindicating the man in all ways

  • Edoman 1 year ago

    This guy is below an average player who wanted to stretch his luck to the limit. He is a guy some of my old friends would call, ‘a bad ass’ guy. That was why a seasoned coach like Rohr stayed far from him. His behavior in Lisbon gave him up as his Club and others saw how unprofessional, arrogant and obitual he really is.

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