Soudani has joined Forest from Dinamo Zagreb in the summer transfer window for a fee reported by The Nottingham Post to be €3 million (£2.66m).
The 30-year-old forward has arrived at the City Ground with a strong reputation, having scored 86 goals in five seasons in Croatia, as reported by BBC Sport.
Soudani is a teammate of Guedioura for the Algeria national football team, and the Forest midfielder has welcome the forward to the Championship club.
Guedioura has also outlined on Twitter what Forest fans can expect from the new signing.
A warm welcome 2my Algerian #teamate &very talented player. A fantastic lad in life & a great soldier on the pitch.Welcome 2this beautiful city bro.Their lovely people will make u feel home quickly and u’re intergrating a strong side. U’ll play @ the #WorldFamouscityground! #nffc pic.twitter.com/amovu79HkZ— Adlene GUEDIOURA (@AdleneGUEDIOURA) June 29, 2018
Aiming for promotion
Forest have been quite busy in the summer transfer window, and it is clear that the Reds are determined to win promotion from the Championship.
Aitor Karanka is a brilliant football manager, and the Spaniard has already guided Middlesbrough from the Championship to the Premier League before in his managerial career.