Nottingham Forest forward Emmanuel Dennis may only have one potential exit route out of the City Ground before January at least.

The 25-year-old has been told he’s allowed to leave the Reds and has been subject to interest from clubs all over the world.

Dennis has been wanted by sides in England, Italy and Turkey but, he’s also been at the centre of a bid from Saudi Arabian side Al Taee.

Rudi Galetti confirmed last night that Steve Cooper’s side rejected a bid from Al Taee for Dennis, with no other Saudi clubs registering interest in the forward before the closure of the Saudi transfer window at 10 pm last night.

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One more option for Emmanuel Dennis

With no deal agreed for Dennis to join Al Taee last night, the only option he has of leaving Forest before January is a move to Turkey.

The Turkish transfer window doesn’t close until the 15th of September, giving the Nigerian a week to sort out any potential move, otherwise, he’ll have to stay at the City Ground.

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Forward Dennis hasn’t been included in any matchday squads for the Reds so far this season, further backing the reports that Forest are willing to part ways with him.

Unfortunately for both parties, the deal hasn’t worked out as expected, but Forest are still looking to receive a decent fee for Dennis.

The Reds are asking for a fee in the region of £10 million for the 25-year-old, but it remains unknown what the fee Al Taee were proposing for the forward.

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