Premier League side Nottingham Forest would like to end Divock Origi’s loan deal which would mean sending him back to AC Milan, a report claims.
As has been reported by Sacha Tavolieri (via Sport Witness), the Premier League team are not pleased with the contribution that Origi has made in his eight appearances so far.
They have just sacked Steve Cooper and will be replacing him with Nuno Espirito Santo but even with a change of coach, there seems little chance of Origi getting a new lease of life in the East Midlands.
With main striker Taiwo Awoniyi currently injured, Forest want to buy a striker in the January transfer window but need Origi off of the books to make room for that.
They do actually have an option to buy Origi permanently at the end of that loan but it seems far from likely that that will be happening.
Milan will then need to find a new home for Origi, be that a permanent deal or another loan.