April 12, 2024

Greek side Olympiacos have this week been closing the signing of David Carmo, who’s arriving from Porto on a loan with an option to buy.

The Dragons quickly found a way to let the defender leave after he got into a fight with some teammates and manager Sérgio Conceição.

As it happens, CMTV reports that Nottingham Forest may wind up being engaged in the matter and acquiring Carmo soon.

Reporter Vitor Pinto explains the situation. He begins by saying that Olympiacos will pay €600k for the player’s loan and have the option to purchase him for €18 million.

David Carmo's Porto nightmare goes from bad to worse

Nottingham Forest steps in because it’s reported that the amount is much too great for the Greek side, who aren’t used to making such large operations.

According to Pinto, the Tricky Trees and Olympiakos are owned by Evangelos Marinakis, thus they will be keeping an eye on Carmo’s performance at his new team.

If the defender makes an impression in Greece, the team may be able to purchase him for that sum and loan him to Nottingham Forest for the upcoming campaign.

Thus, in the next months, Reds supporters ought to adhere to such scenario.

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