Nottingham Forest has received a significant boost ahead of the January transfer window, and the club owner has responded to this positive development.
The Reds, who have a longstanding interest in Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy, may revisit their pursuit, especially considering his impressive 15 goals in nine Bundesliga matches this season.
Despite reported competition from Fulham, both clubs now benefit from the revelation of a €17.5 million release clause in Guirassy’s contract, making a potential transfer “easy” for either Forest or Fulham.
German newspaper BILD discloses this clause and notes that Stuttgart’s ongoing search for Guirassy’s replacement suggests their resignation to losing him.
The decision for Nottingham Forest to make a move remains uncertain, with current striker Taiwo Awoniyi facing injury, and only Chris Wood and Divock Origi as the other recognized strikers in the team.