The Brazilian media today shares an update on the future of Nottingham Forest midfielder Gustavo Scarpa.

Loaned to Olympiacos until the end of the season, the 29-year-old isn’t getting much playing time in Greece and could soon get involved in another move.

UOL highlights Scarpa’s ‘uncertain future’, claiming that Atlético Mineiro are planning a new attempt to sign him.

It’s claimed that the Galo are currently preparing a €4.5m offer, letting Nottingham Forest keep 20% of a future transfer.

The Reds had been initially demanding €6m for the move, but are now expected to decrease their request, as they’d like to get Scarpa sold in January.

The big problem is the player himself, who’s still to decide whether he’s keen on a return to Brazil, where he’s also a target for Bahia and Internacional.

Scarpa only has 422 minutes played for Olympiacos this season, and after failing to succeed at Nottingham Forest, he’s resisting to accept that his European career lasted so little.

So with the Reds possibly giving the green light for his departure, it should be all up to him.