Mohamed Drager didn’t make an impact at Nottingham Forest during the first half of the 2021/22 campaign.

He checked in from Olympiacos on transfer deadline day in the summer but failed to make a single appearance.

The closest he got to the Forest first-team was an unused substitute appearance during a 0-0 draw against West Brom in November.

With Djed Spence producing the good in the right wing-back spot, ousting him from the team has proved impossible.

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With that in mind, Forest decided that the best thing for the 25-year-old was to loan him out for the second half of 2021/22.

Drager headed to Switzerland with FC Luzern and things are going well for the defender.

Luzern were rooted to the foot of the Super League when he signed but a second win in three games at the weekend helped the team off the bottom.

Drager registered a second assist against Lausanne-Sport to go with the goal he scored on his debut against FC Lugano.

The defender has made 27 appearances for his country and signed a two-year contract with Forest in the summer.

Drager might earn Forest chance next season

A lot will depend on what Drager wants to do but he could be handed an opportunity to star during 2022/23.

Spence will head back to Middlesbrough and the club might opt to loan out Fin Back to further his development.

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Richie Laryea was landed from Toronto FC in January and perhaps he will compete with Drager for the right-back berth next season.

Drager is enjoying his football right now and he will want to be playing next season.

As a result, he may see his future lie away from the City Ground and if that is the case, cashing in seems likely the only option.

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