Nottingham Forest want Filip Krovinovic, according a report from The Telegraph, with the West Bromwich Albion loanee set to be given the green light to leave this month.
Krovinovic’s return to the Hawthorns has probably not played out how the midfielder would have hoped. He has only made five starts for the Baggies in the Premier League.
Slaven Bilic’s departure dealt a blow to his chances of featuring more. He has made one substitute appearance since Sam Allardyce’s appointment.
And it now appears that the 5-0 defeat to Leeds may represent the last time he features for West Brom.
According to The Telegraph, Allardyce is happy to let the Benfica loanee leave. And it is claimed that Nottingham Forest want him, along with PAOK.
It is not the first time that Forest have been linked with a West Brom player this season. As noted by Birmingham Live, they looked set to sign Kamil Grosicki in the summer, only for the deadline to pass seconds before a move was completed.
It will be interesting to see if Krovinovic ends up at the City Ground. Chris Hughton’s men would surely benefit from adding greater creativity to their midfield.
And the 25-year-old has the ability to provide that. He scored three and provided two assists in the Championship last season.
He has not been afforded a lot of chances playing slightly further forward. So it would be intriguing to note how Hughton may intend to use him if he is indeed keen to sign him this month.