With Saudi Arabia signing Europe’s big names in recent weeks, and a possible departure on the cards, Super Eagles forward makes his stance known….
Nottingham Forest forward, Emmanuel Dennis is set to turn down any offers from Saudi to continue his career path in Europe, soccernet.ng reports
The Nigerian forward has set sights on leaving Nottingham Forest this summer but wants to continue playing in Europe.
According to The Athletic UK , the representatives of the 25-year-old have started the process of holding exploratory talks with the aim of finding other clubs interested in the versatile forward, so as to conclude any possible deals early, before a new season kick starts in August.
The Nigeria international is understood to be comfortable with the option of a departure if the right opportunity presents itself.
Nottingham Forest, however, have not received an official offer for the striker but are also known to be open to discussions over an exit, with further talks said to be in the works over a proposed departure in the near future between representatives and the club. The player is open to staying in Europe only, he does not want to leave Europe
Dennis’ current contract runs till June 2026, after he was signed on a four-year contract from Watford last summer for an estimated fee of fifteen million pounds, and in just nineteen Premier League appearances for the club, he scored two important goals, and set up another two towards the end of the season, coming in clutch along his country-man and teammate, Taiwo Awoniyi who scored ten goals to make sure Nottingham Forest’s stay in the Premier League for another season was ensured.