Emmanuel Dennis is on the verge of Nottingham Forest exit just five months after joining the club for £15m from Watford.
According to Nottingham Forest News, Dennis’ unimpressive start to life at the City Ground is down to poor attitude and the club can no longer condone the player.
In addition, Dennis hasn’t been convincing since arriving from Vicarage Road and has dropped down the pecking order. He has one goal in ten Premier League appearances for Forest.
Forest are now willing to let him leave for a cut price, but he can only move abroad.
Greek side Olympiacos is said to be likely option for the forward, with Fenerbahce of Turkey also among the clubs mentioned.
Dennis, who came under heavy scrutiny after his performance against Manchester United, was left on the bench in the home draw with Chelsea on Sunday.
His attitude was also questioned in the League Cup win over Blackburn Rovers, with the striker walking straight down the tunnel, while his teammates were applauding the traveling 7,000 supporters.
Forest will face Southampton on Wednesday night and it is unlikely the striker will be involved.
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