The Poland international is to be granted a free transfer by Forest 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.
It now looks like he is on his way out of the club.
He was linked with a move to Scunthorpe United this week, to join up with the man who took him to Huddersfield Mark Robins.
But reports in Poland say he is leaving English football - with two options on his plate.
It is reported by Sport.pl that Majewski will be allowed to leave Forest on a free transfer and currently has an offer from Polish side Wisla Krakow on his agenda. He is also being chased by Czech Republic outfit Viktoria Plzen - who have made an offer for the player.
It seems as though the Polish rocket is on its way out of the City Ground this summer. It just remains to be seen where he decides to go.