Harry Toffolo is expected to leave Nottingham Forest this winter. With just days to go before the winter transfer window closes, the number of clubs bidding for the Nottingham Forest left-back is beginning to mount.
Nottingham Forest have been very active this summer. In order to maximise their chances of staying in the Premier League, the club has recruited 21 players. Among them is the now former Huddersfield left-back Harry Toffolo. He arrived at the club for around £2m and was part of the deal that also brought Lewis O’Brien to the City Ground.
However, the pair struggled to establish themselves at the club, due to the strong competition that subsequently arrived in their positions. Renan Lodi arrived to take over the starting spot on the left wing of defence while Lewis O’Brien saw Remo Freuler and Orel Mangala arrive to compete with him. And for Harry Toffolo, it looks like it is already time to say goodbye to the City Ground.
According to LeSoir, Anderlecht have made the 27-year-old left-back their priority to strengthen their position. However, it is not clear whether this is a permanent transfer or a loan deal. Earlier in the week, there were also reports of Championship club Hull City’s interest in acquiring Harry Toffolo on loan. Nottingham Forest would not be averse to parting with the player, who has made just 12 appearances this season (one assist), in order to make room in their squad and save on wages.