Sabri Lamouchi will be eager to strengthen his Nottingham Forest squad this summer, as the Reds continue to fight for a place in the Championship play-offs.
The Reds have enjoyed a positive campaign under Lamouchi and a top-six finish looked to be well on the cards for the club before the EFL season was brought to a halt.
Ahead of the final nine games of the season, whenever they may be played, Forest sit fifth in the Championship and sit five points clear of seventh, so the play-offs looks to be a realistic aim.
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Regardless of whichever division Forest find themselves in next year, Lamouchi will be keen to reshape and strengthen his squad, and there are likely to be a few departures on the horizon.
Forest have bid farewell to plenty of players in recent seasons, and some of their current destinations may surprise you.
Here’s five players whose current playing destinations may surprise you…
Henderson signed for Forest from Charlton Athletic in 2016, making 15 appearances for the Reds before rupturing his Achilles in a defeat to Norwich.
After flattering to deceive out on loan at Portsmouth and Wycombe, the Irishman now plays in the Premier League for Crystal Palace following his release by Forest, but is yet to feature for the London club.
Mills spent three years at the City Ground, making 87 appearances for the Reds following his arrival from Bolton Wanderers in 2015.
After becoming a key player for Forest, he moved to Barnsley in 2018, and now plays in League Two for Forest Green Rovers alongside brother Joseph.
Carayol made 38 appearances for Forest during his time at the City Ground, scoring three goals in the Garibaldi shirt.
The winger, who has also played for Middlesbrough and Huddersfield, now plys his trade over in Turkey with Adana Demirspor.
34-year-old Derbyshire has had quite a distinguished career, spending time in Greece with Olympiacos as well as spells with Oldham Athletic at Blackburn.
The striker scored 12 goals in 51 games during a three-year stay at the City Ground between 2011 and 2014, and he now plays in Cyprus for Amonia Nicosia alongside Costel Pantilimon
Veldwijk looked to be an exciting signing for Forest after scoring 30 goals in 38 games for Excelsior, but he flattered to deceive, starting only once in the Championship.
The Dutchman scored one goal in 17 appearances for Forest, and how now plys his trade over in South Korea for Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors