One of the most influential African forwards of his generation arrived at the City Ground last summer hoping to fire Forest back to the promised land of the Premier League.
And after scoring 86 goals in 197 games during a superb spell at Dynamo Zagreb in which he won four Croatian league titles, Soudani looked like a real coup at just over £2 million (Nottingham Post).
Instead, his debut season with English football was interrupted by a series of injuries, limiting the 31-year-old to just six Championship appearances and a single start.
And it seems that his ill-fated spell in the East Midlands is now all but over, one year into a three-year deal.
Sport 24 has pictured Soudani arriving in Greece as he nears a move to Super League giants Olympiakos, who are looking to reclaim the domestic title after two seasons of disappointment.
"I am very happy to be here in Greece and I think it will be a beautiful experience,” Soudani said, pretty much confirming that his Nottingham Forest spell is over.
And while Forest fans might not be too disappointed to see him go, it feels a shame that they never got to see Soudani perform to the best of his abilities in English football.
If he’d stayed fit, he could have been the missing piece Martin O’Neill’s side needed.
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