Miguel Angel Guerrero’s stay at Nottingham Forest could be short-lived, with Aris Thessaloniki thought to be interested.
According to Greek outlet Alpha Free Press, the two clubs are negotiating a deal which could see the Spaniard return to Greece.
The 30-year-old only arrived at the City Ground during the summer but has found first-team football hard to come by.
Guerrero has made nine appearances for the Reds but just four have come in the way of starting berths.
Now, Forest could look to cut their cloth once again during the January transfer window.
It seems as though more players are likely to leave as opposed to come in, which might please some supporters.
Forest have over 30 professional players currently on their books and that, quite simply, is too many.
Guerrero arrived in England on the back of 16 goals and six assists during 62 appearances for Olympiacos.
The move hasn’t really gone according to plan and a transfer seems possible.
Should Forest offload Guerrero if the chance arises?
The frustrating thing about the whole order is that this highlights the shambolic nature of Forest’s transfer policy.
There are worse players currently under contract at Forest worse than Guerrero but he’s never looked like being prolific at the club.
He’s looked better in the hole behind a striker as a No.10 but that said, a departure wouldn’t be catastrophic by any means.
Forest must start learning from their errors though.
Signing players who are over 30 on decent contracts only to sell them after a handful of games just doesn’t make sense.
The recruitment strategy in place at Forest leaves a lot to be desired and mistakes must be learnt from this latest error of judgement.