Chris Hughton will be keen to reshape his Nottingham Forest squad before next week’s transfer deadline.
The Reds have managed to make only the one signing this month, with Filip Krovinovic arriving on loan until the end of the season.
Nicholas Ioannou, Tendayi Darikwa and Zach Clough have also left the club, with more departures expected.
The latest player to be linked with a City Ground exit is Samba Sow, and here’s what we know about a potential departure so far…
What do we know so far?
Turkish press have linked Sow with a move to Buyuksehir Erzurumspor, with reports on social media claiming that the midfielder is in negotiations with the Turkish club.
We are yet to see reports from local media outlets supporting those claims, but the press over in Turkey believe that Sow is in talks over a move to Erzurumspor.
Is a move likely to happen?
Sow is out of contract at the end of the season, so it remains to be seen whether Forest cash in this month, or wait and potentially lose him for nothing at the end of this season.
If they don’t plan to offer him a new deal, then it makes sense from a financial perspective to cash in and recuperate some kind of fee for him this month.
But at the moment, Forest lack depth in midfield. Ryan Yates is set to be out injured for a few weeks, with the midfielder joining Harry Arter and Jack Colback on the sidelines.
It would be daft, then, to get rid of Sow at the moment with no replacement lined up. Dan Gosling is said to be in talks, which could see Sow leave the club and the Bournemouth man come in to replace him.