Basaksehir, the Turkish Super Lig club, is reportedly set to part ways with Super Eagles attacker Emmanuel Dennis, as per reports from Soccenet.NG.
The 26-year-old Nigerian joined the Turkish side in the summer, but his stint has been marked by a lack of significant playing time, prompting the club to forego any renewal or attempt to secure him permanently.
Dennis, who made a notable impact at Watford with ten goals and seven assists in 35 appearances before joining Nottingham Forest two seasons ago, has struggled to replicate his earlier success. Despite moving to Turkey on a season-long deal, Dennis has managed only eight appearances with no goal contributions halfway through the season.
Coach Cagdas Atan’s perspective on Dennis as a non-essential figure in the squad has led to the decision to part ways, according to Turkish TV reporter Ethan Suzgun’s recent tweet.
This development potentially opens the door for Dennis to return to Nottingham Forest, especially as the club grapples with injuries. With Nuno Espirito Santo taking charge at Nottingham Forest, Dennis may find an opportunity to fight for a place in the squad.
According to Transfermarkt the player’s market value decreased from €17 million in 2022 and now estimates at €5,5 million. As the situation unfolds, Dennis’s future remains uncertain, but a return to Nottingham Forest could offer him a chance to reignite his career under new management.