Nottingham Forest’s Felipe has revealed that he has already received offers from clubs across the world.

The 34-year-old joined the Tricky Trees from Atlético Madrid in January 2023 and has less than six months left on his deal.

Speaking to PL Brasil, the centre-back has opened the door to leave Nottingham Forest after this season.

Felipe has also explained that his immediate focus is on the Premier League side and later he’ll have to make a decision on his next club.

“I’ve not only received offers from Brazilian teams, but also from Europe and Saudi Arabia. At the moment, I’m deciding some things about my career,” he said.

“I’m very motivated for what’s to come, but respectfully finishing this contract with Nottingham Forest. I’m going to make some decisions, which are very important in my life. Now I’ve to focus on the end of the season and then sort out what needs to be sorted out in my life.”

The Brazilian hasn’t revealed the details of the clubs who have already sent offers to him.

Earlier in the season, the defender was overlooked by Steve Cooper, before he got his first league appearance against Everton in December.

He’s made two appearances for the Tricky Trees this month. On his season so far, Felipe explained: “This run of games has been very important, after a boring period at the start of the season, with some discomfort in my knee.

“I’m treating it in the best way possible so that I’m strong and now I have to enjoy this moment. Regardless of what I’ve done, I think every opportunity has to be taken. Thank God I’ve been making the most of my playing time. Every time I get the chance, I’m going to fight like I always have.”

The South American knows the Nottingham Forest manager well from their time at FC Porto, and is now keen on impressing the Portuguese tactician, to feature regularly until the end of this season.

Felipe has also explained why it’s easier for him to communicate with Nuno Espírito Santo, while also having only positive things to say about Cooper.

“It’s easier to exchange ideas about games and correct mistakes in Portuguese, although Steve was also very clear, he’s a person who talks a lot,” he added.

“But it’s been good. They’re both good coaches and today Nuno is doing a very good job at Nottingham Forest, he’s being very well accepted, the staff respect him a lot and it’s been nice to work there.”