Former Aston Villa star Albert Adomah is among the players caught off guard, his loan to Cardiff City expiring in a few days, Nottingham Forest recalling the player instead of extending a deal.
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The two teams are fighting over the play-offs, and Forest manager Sabri Lamouchi has left a big clue about the player’s future.
Adomah is currently on loan to Cardiff after moving to South Wales in January.
Forest’s winger’s loan deal is set to expire on Tuesday, and boss Harris has expressed his dissatisfaction with the situation this weekend, aiming to disappoint him at EFL.
Harris hoped that the Adomah loan agreement would be extended to cover the rest of the season, but since Cardiff sees them turning into barrage rivals, Forest should refuse to sanction him for staying in the principality beyond Tuesday night game with Charlton and want to take him back to the East Midlands.
“The situation is clear,” said Lamouchi.
“Albert is a player from Nottingham Forest. It was a loan and the club has the right to call back players if they wish.
“I don’t understand the problem.
“Cardiff knows everything. We are just talking between smart and smart people to do the right thing for everyone and the club.
“The club decides, not me. “