Anderlecht winger Francis Amuzu has a £3.6 million release clause in his contract with Chris Hughton keen to add a new right-sided forward to his Nottingham Forest squad, as reported by Sports World Ghana.
Some of the finest footballers in Europe honed their considerable talents in the purple and white shirts of RSCA.
Romelu Lukaku, Dennis Praet, Leander Dendoncker and Youri Tielemans are now shining at the highest level while teenager Jeremy Doku joined Rennes for a staggering fee in October.
And it seems as if Amuzu is next in to fly the Anderlecht nest – albeit for far less than the £27 million Rennes paid for a quicksilver Belgium international three months ago.
Reports claim that Amuzu has a £3.6 million release clause in his contract.
And with Nottingham Forest boss Chris Hughton identifying the jet-heeled 21-year-old as a player capable of adding some thrust and speed to his goal-shy frontline, the Belgium youth star is certainly affordable.
The potential arrival of the Ghana-born wideman threatens to pile more pressure on the likes of Joe Lolley and Anthony Knockaert, both of whom have underperformed substantially under Hughton.
However, with no goals and one assist in 14 Jupiler League appearances, Amuzu has hardly set the world alight himself this season.