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Report: Wisla Krakow targeting Nottingham Forest veteran Radoslaw Majewski

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It looks like the six-year veteran will be on his way out of the City Ground this summer.

It is being reported today that Nottingham Forest will be letting one of their longest-serving players go this summer.

Radoslaw Majewski has been with Forest since initially joining on loan from Polonia Warsaw in 2009. He has since gone on to play over 150 games for the club and has scored 19 goals - most of which were absolute crackers.

This season he has been out on loan at Huddersfield Town, after Stuart Pearce decided he would not be in his first-team plans for the new season.

He has struggled with The Terriers and has played just nine times for the club this season.

With Dougie Freedman now the boss at Forest, Majewski may have a second chance to shine at Forest.

But it is reported by Pilkanozna that Wisla Krakow will be moving for the player in the summer. The Polish club are set to lose their star player, with Bosnian international Semir Stilic out of contract in the summer. The report claims Wisla have targeted a homeland return for Majewski as the perfect solution to their problem.

So after six years, it looks like the 28-year-old's association with Forest may be coming to an end.

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