Nottingham Forest midfielder Adlene Guedioura has asked the club to consider allowing him to make a move away from the club, as he has received offers from clubs abroad.

The Nottingham Post has reported that Adlene Guedioura has asked manager Sabri Lamouchi to consider allowing him to make a move away from Nottingham Forest this summer, with offers on the table for the Algerian international.

Guedioura has returned to the club after an extended summer break due to his involvement in the Africa Cup of Nations with Algeria, where he impressed in a strong side.

It is said that the midfielder has received offers from Al Kuwait of Kuwait. Forest boss Lamouchi has spoken about the situation regarding Guedioura, saying:

“Adlene Guedioura has spoken with me. I was waiting for him to return. But he has asked me to think about new offers he has from a different country.  I can understand the situation, so the club are doing the job of finding the best way for the club and also for the player.

“These are important players. He did well in the African Cup of Nations. If he can find a better contract, we have to be patient over the finite decision between the clubs.”

Guedioura, 33, joined the club in his first stint in January 2012, heading to the City Ground on loan from Wolves. He made a permanent move to the club in July 2012 before leaving a year later to link up with Crystal Palace. Guedioura returned to Forest for his second stint a year and a half ago, taking his appearance total to 100 for Nottingham Forest, scoring six and assisting six goals along the way.