JUST IN: Nottingham Forest is currently negotiating to seal a contract for a player making £42,000 per week

Emmanuel Dennis, a striker for Nottingham Forest, has officially signed a contract with Adana Demirspor. The Reds and the Turkish organization are currently in negotiations to finalize a deal.

The player has agreed to sign with the elite team this summer, claims Sports Digitale. After spending the entire season practicing and competing in friendlies with the B-Team, he is eager to leave the City Ground.

In the summer of 2022, Dennis agreed to join Forest for perhaps about £15 million. The player came from Watford, where his first Premier League season saw him score 10 goals.

For Dennis, finding consistent first-team action proved challenging. Despite making 25 appearances overall, only six of them were as a starting eleven, and the 25-year-old scored two goals in those six starts.

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Demirspor will be relying on Dennis to provide them with a small boost. They are currently ranked tenth in the Super Lig table after drawing two and winning one of their first three games.

In Turkey, the window for transfers shuts on Friday. In order to give Dennis enough time to finalize the transaction, Forest will therefore be hoping that they can rapidly come to terms on a contract with Adana.

Michael Owen praised Dennis while he played for Watford. For his performances during a match against Aston Villa, he praised him and called him “excellent.”

Dennis from Forest is about to sign with Adana Demirspor.

Now, it appears that this is a decision that benefits all parties. Dennis will be eager to move somewhere and play regular first-team football because it appears he has no future at Forest.

For the striker, it has simply never worked from the start. The head coach simply hasn’t been interested in him at all, and he’s never really fit easily into the football style that Steve Cooper likes to play.

The Reds will relish the opportunity to remove some of Dennis’ £42,000 weekly salary from the payroll. Adana won’t cover the full cost, but at this point it makes sense to keep him away from the club.

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