The uncertain future of Nigeria international Emmanuel Dennis at English Premier League side Nottingham Forest will be a thing of the past if he accepts an offer to move to Saudi Arabia.
Deemed surpluse to requirements by Steve Copper, the summer signing has been told he is free to leave the team in the January transfer window but it can only be to a club abroad, because he has already played for another English team in Watford.
A loan return to Watford is an option and also other interest around Europe but for now the most realistic offer that is close to his salary demand is from an unnamed team in Saudi Arabia. The money on offer is said to be three times what he currently earns at Watford.
Dennis is however keen to remain in Europe particularly England and for that reason he isn’t considering the offer but he risk getting froze out at Nottingham if he fails to secure a move before the end of the January transfer window.
So far he has only started two games and scored just once in the English Premier League, a far cry from the whirlwind start he had in his first stint in the English Premier League with newly promoted Watford. His ten goals was however not sufficient enough to keep them in the English top flight.