The Nottingham Post are reporting that two of Nottingham Forest’s players could be on their way out, as they look to secure regular first team football.
Radi Majewski and Darius Henderson are alleged to be on the verge of leaving Forest in a pursuit to land themselves regular first team football. The Nottingham Post say that Majewski is close to securing a season-long loan deal at Yorkshire club, Huddersfield Town, whereas Henderson is closing in on a permanent deal at League One side, Leyton Orient.
It is alleged that the Polish midfielder has interested Huddersfield for a while, and it seems that they may get their man.
The Nottingham Post say that the initial Majewski deal will be a season-long loan, but it could end up turning into a permanent deal, should the 27 year old impress during his loan spell.
To join London club Orient, it is understood that Henderson will have to take a cut in his wages, but is willing in a bid to get first team football. It is also understood that Henderson is willing to terminate his Nottingham Forest contract, so that Leyton Orient wouldn’t have to pay a fee for the experienced striker, who has scored 10 goals in his limited amount of appearances for Forest.