After links to Leeds United in the summer, Nottingham Forest forward Emmanuel Dennis is close to signing with a Turkish club.
Fabrizio Romano claims that Dennis has offers from both Adana Demirspor and Istanbul Basaksehir on the table.
The two Turkish top-flight teams have made loan offers to Forest, who were unable to find a permanent home for Dennis after purchasing him from Watford in the summer of 2022 for £20 million.
Turkish clubs have until coming Friday to finalize any additional deals, as their window is two weeks longer than the English one.
Despite Forest being willing to sell Dennis since the start of the summer, Dennis was unable to complete a transfer away from the City Ground by the deadline for the English window, according to the Athletic.
Romano claims Dennis is planning to migrate to Turkey.
Leeds reportedly selected Dennis as a guy who can give their assault this year greater firepower back in June, according to Complete Sports.
Forest reportedly planned to charge Dennis a “decent fee” after spending a sizeable sum of money signing him just a year earlier.
With Turkish clubs willing to pay his entire salary, it is obvious that Forest is just keen to remove him off their payroll any way they can after enjoying another period of hefty expenditure.
Leeds never confirmed their interest in anything specific and instead strengthened their forward line by signing players like Joel Piroe and Jaidon Anthony.
Piroe arrived in an initial £10.5 million transfer from Swansea, while Anthony arrived from Bournemouth on a last-minute loan.