Nottingham Forest are reportedly in talks to sign Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Djibril Sow.

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Nottingham Forest are reportedly in talks to sign Frankfurt midfielder Djibril Sow. A mega bid was also not accepted for the midfielder.

Personal terms are also not agreed between the player and the club. Hence, a lot of work needs to done to complete the transfer.

According to reports, Nottingham Forest are reportedly in talks to sign Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Djibril Sow. However, the transfer is not going to be very easy. There are a number of problems that exist in the deal. The first problem is the window is ending in one week. Hence, the deal needs to be completed in time for his registration.

Nottingham and Frankfurt also have not agreed a fee for the midfielder . The Premier League club are yet to find an agreement for the Swiss midfielder. Another problem is Sow needs to be convinced to play for Nottingham Forest in a relegation fight . This is due to the midfielder getting Champions League football as Frankfurt won the Europa League last year.


The report also adds that Nottingham are not happy with the transfer window. They are also reportedly trying to sign a new left-back and a right-back. These potential new signings will take the count to 20 new players in the squad. He said,“‘I think there will be more ins and outs,’ said Cooper. ‘We had no alternative other than to make the number of changes we have made and are continuing to make.

Steve Cooper also added,” We had five players on loan last season and players out of contract this summer. Even if we were still in the Championship we would have made the same number of changes.’ However, despite his reasons many are comparing him to Fulham of 2018. Fulham also signed 10 new players for 105m. However, they could not avoid relegation.

The report claims that Nottingham Forest have submitted a 20m bid for the midfielder. However, Frankfurt are yet to accept or reject the bid. Sow helped the club lift the Europa League. Sow also missed only three matches in the Bundesliga.

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