Başakşehir, the Turkish Super Lig club, has decided against renewing or attempting to purchase Super Eagles attacker Emmanuel Dennis from Nottingham Forest.
Dennis, who joined Nottingham Forest from Watford two seasons ago, has faced a challenging stint with the Turkish club, prompting uncertainty about his future.
Dennis initially made a significant impact at Watford, showcasing his talent with ten goals and seven assists in 35 appearances.
However, his transition to Nottingham Forest has been less successful, with a lack of consistency and goal contributions.
In a bid to revive his form and secure regular playing time, Dennis moved to Başakşehir on a season-long deal.
Unfortunately, halfway through the season, the 26-year-old has made only eight appearances without contributing any goals.
His limited role in the squad suggests that coach Cagdas Atan does not consider him a crucial figure in the team.
Recent reports indicate that Başakşehir has made the decision not to extend or pursue a permanent deal for Dennis.
This development raises questions about the Nigerian forward’s future and potential opportunities elsewhere.
One option on the table could be a return to Nottingham Forest, where Dennis might find an opening, especially given the club’s current challenges with injuries.
Additionally, the arrival of Nuno Espirito Santo as the new manager at Nottingham Forest could present Dennis with a fresh opportunity to compete for a place in the squad.
As the transfer landscape evolves, Emmanuel Dennis faces a crucial juncture in his career, and the decisions made in the coming months will determine the direction of his footballing journey.