Nottingham Forest midfielder Radi Majewski says that he could stay at the City Ground despite negotiations with other clubs.
The 28-year-old confirmed that he has had an offer from Wisla Krakow in his native Poland, but said that there was also interest in him from Czech club Viktoria Plzen after negotiations with Wisla had broken down.
Majewski joined Forest from Polonia Warsaw in 2009 on loan, where he made 35 appearances and scored three times. Forest were impressed and signed him on a permanent basis a year later.
He has since fallen out of favour at the club, despite making over 150 appearances for the Reds, and was shipped out on loan to Huddersfield Town, where he also struggled for first team action – featuring in just seven matches all season.
He told the Nottingham Post: “We shook hands and I said to myself that maybe in the future.
“In Krakow, they build a team, but also some players are leaving.
“For now, I have decided to abstain.
“For now I am staying in England. I will return to Nottingham, I will sit down to talk with people with whom I have contact on my career. Everything will become clear in the coming weeks.
“It’s hard to say whether I stay or leave.
“At the moment I do not know where I stand.
“I could stay in Nottingham. I do not give up and fight to the end.
“He (Dougie Freedman) came to the club coach, two years ago and wanted me at Bolton. How will he react now, we will see.”
With a new boss in charge at the City Ground, the Polish international is now trying to rebuild his career at the club, and may feel that the Forest’s transfer embargo is a real opportunity for him.
Majewski has scored 19 goals in 162 appearances in all competitions for Nottingham Forest.
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