Former Nottingham Forest youngster Jorge Grant has been made available for transfer by Peterborough United, the club have confirmed on their retained list.

Posh were relegated from the Championship during 2021/22. The club did pick up following Grant McCann’s arrival but ultimately it was too little too late.

The 27-year-old checking in at London Road after shining at Lincoln. His form prompted Peterborough to activate his release clause and bring him to the club.

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Grant played 29 times during the 2021/22 campaign, scoring twice and claiming three assists. It did prove a disappointing campaign though and McCann often saw him as a peripheral figure.

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His form during the most recent campaign proved a far cry from the 2020/21 season. For Lincoln, he scored 17 times and claimed 13 assists as they reached the League One Play-Off Final.

Grant was allowed to leave Forest permanently in 2019. He has spent time on loan with Notts County, Luton and Mansfield before joining the Imps.

His time at Forest proved somewhat frustrating and he failed to truly convince any manager that he deserved a regular place in the team.

He was restricted to 20 games at the City Ground, with his only goal coming in the League Cup away at Tottenham.

Grant made available for transfer and perhaps ex-Forest man has found his level

It may sound harsh but perhaps Grant will move back to League One now where he can clearly excel.

The Championship has so far proved a step too far for the midfielder and he will be desperate to play football regularly next season.

Grant available for transfer
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Grant is a sound third-tier player and surely he will have plenty of offers from clubs in League One.

Despite being 27, Grant might feel that his career hasn’t really got going just yet and he will have a big point to prove next season.

It’ll now be interesting to see where the former Forest man ends up.

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