Nottingham Forest have now emerged as a ‘new suitor’ for Real Madrid’s Álvaro Odriozola, according to AS on Wednesday.
The right-back was hardly relied upon at the Bernabéu and spent the previous campaign on loan at Fiorentina.
His situation is unlikely to change at Real Madrid as the 26-year-old doesn’t enter into Carlo Ancelloti’s plans this season. He has failed to earn the manager’s trust during pre-season.
It’s explained the Spain international would welcome a ‘possible departure to England’, where Nottingham Forest ‘want’ him.
Odriozola’s style of play and the football played in the Premier League could favour a move to the Tricky Trees. For these reasons, an offer from Steve Cooper’s side may interest both the defender and the La Liga winners.
AS mention an ‘interesting proposal’, but don’t back it up by providing any details of an offer.
Nottingham Forest ‘want’ Odriozola in the summer window. If Cooper’s side were to make an offer, then there is a possibility the transfer could take shape because the player and Real Madrid are open to this move.