The 25-year-old winger has been the subject of speculation over the past few weeks, and there is still uncertainty whether he will remain a Forest player after summer transfer deadline day.
Earlier this month, HITC Sport reported that Middlesbrough and Derby County have had bids rejected for Antonio.
Antonio is one of the best players in the Championship, and it is no surprise that even Premier League clubs are (reportedly) interested in him.
Last season, the winger scored 14 goals and created 62 chances in 46 Championship games, while so far this campaign he has scored two goals and created nine chances in four league matches.
Given Forest’s financial situation, many would expect them to accept an offer for the former Reading star before Tuesday’s transfer deadline.
However, former Forest defender Laws believes that the club still have control over the situation.
"Forest are in the strongest position, because they have the player." - Brian Laws thinks #NFFC still hold the cards with any Antonio deal.— BBC Nottingham Sport (@BBCRNS) August 29, 2015
Dougie Freedman’s Forest are 16th in the Championship table at the moment with five points from as many matches.