Italian Serie A side, Udinese have made an offer for Nottingham Forest’s out-of-favour Super Eagles forward Emmanuel Dennis.
According to Gianlucadimarzio, Udinese are looking to add to their striking firepower this season by adding a proven forward to their attacking options. The club has reached out to Premier League side Nottingham Forest inquiring about Dennis.
Udinese are also in the market for Belgian striker Divock Origi but the former Liverpool man may favour a return to the Premier League having been linked with Burnley.
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Although Udinese have made an offer for the Nigerian, reports say it may be difficult to land the former Watford player as there are several interests for the player both in England and other European countries.
“Udinese is monitoring the situation,” according to reports.
“Udinese has started the first contacts to bring the former Watford Nigerian striker to Italy. Not an easy situation given the foreign competition, but Udinese has already made an initial proposal to Nottingham Forest, the club that owns the card.”
Dennis is valued at €8m by the respected football statistics website Transfermarkt. The forward is yet to make an appearance this season for Forest.