Report: Nottingham Forest set to miss out on goalkeeper target Lukasz Skorupski

The Polish stopper looks to be on his way to Empoli.

Nottingham Forest's hunt for a new goalkeeper is hardly going well. They have given up on Niki Maenpaa, Richard O'Donnell joined Wigan Athletic whilst Adam Bogdan and Ben Amos also went elsewhere.

Now it looks like their most recent target is also going elsewhere.

Forest were linked with Lukasz Skoruspki this week. The Nottingham Post reported earlier this week that Forest were keen on the Pole. Currently with AS Roma the 24-year-old, who has one cap for the Polish national football team, is not a regular in the Italian capital.

He is believed to be keen on a move away from the club this summer but reports in Italy are suggesting that Forest will not get their man.

It is believed he will be on his way to fellow Italian side Empoli. It is reported by Polish site Onet that he will be on his way to Empoli until the summer of 2017, with a view to a permanent move.

Forest are looking for a new stopper as Karl Darlow is heading to Newcastle United this summer and Dorus De Vries remains their only senior number one option.

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