As the Brazilian media continues to be confident that Carlos Miguel will soon join Nottingham Forest, there’s now a little doubt about whether he’s making another appearance for Corinthians.

Since the Reds are expected to soon trigger his release clause, it’s the goalkeeper who decided to take the offer, and there are now some bitter feelings about him leaving, which could lead to him not having a farewell games.

According to Globo Esporte, Carlos Miguel joined the squad for the trip to Goiás and the match against Atlético-GO tonight, but it’s not certain he’ll play. It’s said there’s ‘hope’ he could be available for the derby against São Paulo at the weekend, but that would depend on when Nottingham Forest will trigger the release clause.

Meanwhile, UOL’s story is a little different. They claim the goalkeeper himself asked to continue playing for Corinthians until the transfer is confirmed. He thinks it’s possible to take part in five or six matches.

The club, however, are in a deep crisis, and fear that keeping him in the team will only make things worse. So we shall see their decision tonight.

Nottingham Forest are expected to pay just €4m to cover his release clause.