Greek side Olympiacos have this week been closing the signing of David Carmo, who’s arriving from Porto on a loan with an option to buy.

The defender had a disagreement with Dragons’ manager Sérgio Conceição and some teammates, and that led the club to find a quick solution for his exit.

It turns out that according to CMTV, Nottingham Forest could end up getting involved in the situation and land Carmo in a near future.

The scenario is explained by journalist Vitor Pinto. He starts by claiming that Olympiacos are spending €600k on the loan deal, and will have an option to buy the player for €18m.

It’s said that amount is far too high for the Greek side, who are not used to make such big operations, and that’s where Nottingham Forest come in.

Pinto explains that as Evangelos Marinakis owns both Olympiakos and the Tricky Trees, they’ll be watching how Carmo does at his new club.

In case the defender impresses in Greece, then the club could get him bought for that amount and loan him out to Nottingham Forest next season.

So that’s a situation the Reds’ fans should follow in the coming months.