Scunthorpe United chairman rules out move for Nottingham Forest outcast Radoslaw Majewski

The Pole is also being linked with a move home and a deal to see him join Czech side Viktoria Plzen.

Scunthorpe United have effectively ruled themselves out of the running for Nottingham Forest outcast Radoslaw Majewski.

The Pole was linked with a move to the club recently, as Iron boss Mark Robins was the man who took him on loan to Huddersfield Town last summer. However, he never got the chance to use him regularly, after leaving the club after the opening game of the 2014-15 season and it was believed he wanted another chance with the midfielder.

But Scunthorpe chairman Peter Swann has told the Scunthorpe Telegraph today:

“There’s nothing in it. We’ve made no approach to him or talked to the lad.

“While we have to be careful what we talk about, I can say we’ve not spoken to him or Nottingham Forest. But he is a quality player and it’s nice to be linked with the likes of him.”

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.

This week it was reported by 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 also tabled a bid.

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