Nottingham Forest striker Jason Cummings is looking likely to return to Scotland after receiving a number of offers from clubs in the Scottish Premier League, a source close to the player has exclusively told Football League World.
As per the source, a handful of English League One clubs have also made informal offers for the 23-year-old but the those from North of the border are thought to be of a much more serious nature.
Cummings has recently told by new Nottingham Forest boss Sabri Lamouchi that he is free to find a new club this summer after not being made a part of the Frenchman’s plans for the coming campaign, according to the Scottish Sun.
The striker made the move to the City Ground from Hibernian in the summer of 2017 for just under £1million but has struggled to adapt to life as a Red, scoring just once in 14 appearances in the second tier.
However, he enjoyed a fruitful loan spell with Rangers in the second half of the 2017/18 campaign, netting six times in 18 appearances.
If he is to leave Forest this summer he would become the sixth first-team player to do so as Lamouchi looks to revamp his side ahead of what he hopes will be a season of challenging for promotion.