Nottingham Forest has reportedly reached an agreement for a £30 million plus deal with PSV Eindhoven for the transfer of Ivorian midfielder Ibrahim Sangare. The deal is said to be in its final stages, with Sangare set to undergo a medical before completing the move.
Sangare, 23, has been a key player for PSV since joining the club from French side Toulouse in 2018. Known for his physicality and technical ability, the midfielder has impressed with his performances in the Eredivisie.
The Ivory Coast international’s potential move to Nottingham Forest comes as the club looks to strengthen its squad ahead of the upcoming season. Forest finished 17th in the Championship last season and will be hoping to improve on their performance.
In addition to the deal for Sangare, Nottingham Forest is also set to part ways with Brennan Johnson, who is expected to join Tottenham Hotspur. The 20-year-old forward has been on loan at Lincoln City and has caught the attention of several clubs with his performances.
The transfer window has been a busy one for Nottingham Forest, with the club already securing the signings of George Edmundson, Ethan Horvath, and Philip Zinckernagel. The addition of Sangare and the departure of Johnson would further shape the team’s plans for the upcoming season.
While the deal for Sangare is yet to be officially confirmed, it seems that Nottingham Forest is making significant moves in the transfer market to strengthen their squad. The Ivorian midfielder’s arrival would provide much-needed quality and depth to the team’s midfield options.
As fans eagerly await official confirmation, it remains to be seen how Sangare will adapt to English football and whether he can make a positive impact for Nottingham Forest in their quest for success in the Championship.