Sport Nottingham Forest outcast's future becomes clearer ahead of summer transfer window
'Going to have a big say’ - Darren Fletcher drops positive transfer claim at Nottingham Forest
Football broadcaster Darren Fletcher has been sharing his thoughts on the upcoming summer transfer window and the potential business Nottingham Forest should be looking to do in it. This comes after Fletcher made a guest appearance on the latest episode of Forest-themed podcast Garibaldi Red where he spoke about a range of subjects concerning the […]This comes after Fletcher made a guest appearance on the latest episode of Forest-themed podcast Garibaldi Red where he spoke about a range of subjects concerning the Midlands club.
After an underwhelming 2020/21 campaign in the Championship,will be determined to push on next year under the guidance of manager Chris Hughton.
Having already led Newcastle United and Brighton & Hove Albion to promotion to the Premier League during his managerial career, the 62-year-old will be determined to replicate this feat in the not-too-distant future at the City Ground.
In order to have the best chance of achieving a relative amount of success in the second-tier with the Reds, it is imperative that Hughton gets his recruitment spot-on this summer as a failure to do so may lead to another season of struggle.
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Barnsley secured their place in the Championship play-offs on Saturday, in what has been a remarkable season for the Tykes. Given they only survived via a late goal on the final day of last season, to have finished in the top six and given themselves a chance of promotion to the Premier League is quite […]Given they only survived via a late goal on the final day of last season, to have finished in the top six and given themselves a chance of promotion to the Premier League is quite an achievement.
Whilst the Forest boss will already be looking at potential targets, he may first have to wave goodbye to one of the club's outcasts if recent reports are anything to go by.
According to Spanish outletJoao Carvalho could end up making a permanent switch to Almeria following a change in management at the club.
The Rojiblancos currently have the opportunity towhich will allow them to purchase him during the upcoming transfer window.
Following Almeria's decision to appoint Rubi as their manager last month, Carvalho has been re-instated to the club's starting eleven.
Havingover Club Deportivo Tenerife last weekend, the 24-year-old could be in line to make his for the Rojiblancos in their clash with Albacete on Saturday.
Joe Worrall identifies where Nottingham Forest need to strengthen this summer
Nottingham Forest defender Joe Worrall insists that the Reds need to strengthen at the other end of the pitch this summer. Worrall has endured a frustrating campaign with injury, but has established himself as part of a first-choice defensive partnership with Scott McKenna which has seen Forest boast one of the best defensive records in […]Worrall has endured a frustrating campaign with injury, but has established himself as part of a first-choice defensive partnership with Scott McKenna which has seen Forest boast one of the best defensive records in the division.
After initially making a positive start to life at Forest following his move from Benfica by providingduring the 2018/19 campaign, Carvalho was then used sparingly by former manager Sabri Lamouchi as he was limited to before being loaned out to Almeria last year.
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Whilst there is no doubting Carvalho's talent, he has lacked consistency during his time at Forest and thus there is no guarantee that he will be able to make a difference next season if Almeria decide not to sign him.
Furthermore, when you consider that the midfielder has only managed to providefor the Rojiblancos this season, it is clear to see that he has struggled in terms of his final product in recent months.
Although Forest will need to improve their creativity in the Championship next season, Carvalho's return may not solve this particular issue.
Therefore, it may be time for the Reds to cut their losses on the midfielder who has ultimately failed to live up to expectations following hisin 2018.
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