Hilal Soudani having medical today at Nottingham Forest

Algerian international Hilal Soudani has finally agreed a move to Championship side Nottingham Forest, and is having a medical today at the club. John Percy from the Telegraph has confirmed the deal.

The Algerian forward, who can play as a left winger or as a striker, is set to leave Dinamo Zagreb this summer after a spell full of trophies at the Croatian club. The transfer is expected to cost around £2.5million.

Soudani rejected offers from both Saudi Arabia and China in favour of fulfilling his dream to play football in England, showing his willingness to take on a fresh challenge.

Having won the League and Cup double this campaign, Soudani will bring a winning mentality to Aitor Karanka’s team. Forest also tried and failed to sign him in the January transfer window.

He will link up with fellow Algerian international Adlene Guedioura at Nottingham Forest, and bring a whole load of goals to the team. We look forward to seeing this partnership blossom.

Soudani has won domestic trophies in Algeria, Portugal and Croatia and is certainly more than ready for a new challenge elsewhere. For the price being paid in the current market today, Forest are getting an absolute bargain of a footballer.

Soudani has Forest talks but face competition from Italy

Hilal Soudani is close to signing for Nottingham Forest but they face late competition from Italian side Cagliari, according to the Nottingham Post.

The Algerian forward, who can play as a left winger or as a striker, is set to leave Dinamo Zagreb this summer after a spell full of trophies at the Croatian club. The two clubs have reportedly had ongoing talks this week for a £2.5million deal.

Soudani is set to reject offers from both Saudi Arabia and China in favour of fulfilling his dream to play football in England, showing his willingness to take on a fresh challenge. However, Cagliari are understood to have made a late bid to sign the Algerian.

Having won the League and Cup double this campaign, Soudani would bring a winning mentality to Aitor Karanka’s team. Forest also tried and failed to sign him in the January transfer window.

If he got his wish, Soudani would link up with fellow Algerian international Adlene Guedioura at Nottingham Forest. A deal between the two teams is said to be close.

Soudani has won domestic trophies in Algeria, Portugal and Croatia and is certainly more than ready for a new challenge elsewhere. For the price being paid in the current market today, Cagliari finished 16th in Serie A last season.

Soudani close to £2.5m move to Nottingham Forest

Algeria international Hilal Soudani is close to a £2.5m move to Championship side Nottingham Forest, according to Croatian media outlet 24 Sata.

The Algerian forward, who can play as a left winger or as a striker, is set to leave Dinamo Zagreb this summer after a spell full of trophies at the Croatian club.

Soudani is set to reject offers from both Saudi Arabia and China in favour of fulfilling his dream to play football in England, showing his willingness to take on a fresh challenge.

Having won the League and Cup double this campaign, Soudani would bring a winning mentality to Aitor Karanka’s team. Forest also tried and failed to sign him in the January transfer window.

If he got his wish, Soudani would link up with fellow Algerian international Adlene Guedioura at Nottingham Forest. Soudani is currently in Algeria but Dinamo Zagreb are beginning their pre-season on Monday so it remains to be seen if he links up with their squad.

Soudani has won domestic trophies in Algeria, Portugal and Croatia and is certainly more than ready for a new challenge elsewhere. For the price being paid in the current market today, Forest are getting an absolute bargain of a footballer.

Soudani wants Forest move despite foreign offers

Hilal Soudani wants to move to Nottingham Forest in the Championship, according to Croatian media outlet Sportske Novosti.

The Algerian forward, who can play as a left winger or as a striker, is set to leave Dinamo Zagreb this summer after a spell full of trophies at the Croatian club.

Soudani has a £2,2m per year contract offered from Saudi Arabian club Al Ahli, as well as very lucrative financial offers from teams in China.

However, the 30-year-old from Chlef reportedly prefers a move to English football and wants Nottingham Forest and Dinamo Zagreb to come to an agreement.

Having won the League and Cup double this campaign, Soudani would bring a winning mentality to Aitor Karanka’s team. Forest also tried and failed to sign him in the January transfer window.

If he got his wish, Soudani would link up with fellow Algerian international Adlene Guedioura at Nottingham Forest. Soudani is currently with the national team and is a part of the squad that will face Portugal in a friendly on Thursday.

Soudani has won domestic trophies in Algeria, Portugal and Croatia and is certainly more than ready for a new challenge elsewhere. Only time will tell where his next destination is.

Nottingham Forest favourites to sign £2.6m Algerian

Algerian forward Hilal Soudani will be allowed to leave Dinamo Zagreb for English football, according to Croatian media outlet 24 Sata.

24 Sata

The 30-year-old, who has just become a league winner in the Croatian League, will be able to leave Zagreb for England once they have secured Champions League football according to the report.

Soudani has enjoyed a huge amount of success in Croatia, winning several trophies and playing European football on a regular basis.

He helped Algeria reach the last 16 of the World Cup in 2014, where the Desert Foxes narrowly lost to Germany in extra-time.

Nottingham Forest have been made favourites to sign the man who can play as a left winger or as a striker, after failing to land him in the summer.

Fellow Algerian international Adlene Guedioura currently plays for Forest, which could have a positive bearing on the transfer.

Highlights for Soudani at Dinamo include beating Arsenal in the group stages of the Champions League, and winning the Croatian League four times.

He has also enjoyed success in Algeria and Portugal, winning trophies domestically there too. He would be a fantastic player for the Championship and take the league by a storm.

Aitor Karanka’s side will reportedly have to pay £2.6million if they want to land the player this summer.

 

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