Nottingham Forest winger Albert Adomah is attracting interest from QPR, with the West London-based outfit ready to offer him a deal, according to Team Talk.
Mark Warburton’s team will have to fight off competition from Cardiff City where Adomah spent the second half of last season on loan.
The 32-year-old has fallen out of the first-team picture at Forest, despite the Reds boss Sabri Lamouchi conceding last week another winger would complete his squad.
Adomah has won two promotions from the Championship during his career with Middlesbrough and more recently with Aston Villa.
The flying winger hasn’t made a squad this season under Lamouchi and with his contract up next summer, the Reds will hope to move him on during the current transfer window.
Adomah signed for Forest in the summer of 2019 and has made 27 appearances for the Reds. He hasn’t featured at all since January, however, when he featured in a 1-0 win over Brentford.
Forest have Joe Lolley, Sammy Ameobi and Alex Mighten currently fighting it out for the spots out on the flanks.
Further down the pecking order is Nuno Da Costa and it would seem Adomah is no longer considered an option for Forest.
QPR are set to offer the former Boro and Villa star a deal and it’s thought that a move to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium would be a dream move for the Londoner.
NFN Verdict – Adomah departure does make some sense
It’s fair to say that Forest need to get some more players out of the club and if Adomah isn’t even training with the first-team his departure makes sense.
Heading to QPR seems viable with the player from those parts and keen to play regular football.
Adomah hasn’t been a bad player for the Reds but struggled for consistency at a time where better players have been ahead of him in the pecking order.