Nottingham Forest are about to complete the signing of Corinthians goalkeeper Carlos Miguel, according to reports from Brazil.

Following a little saga, it’s now claimed by CNN that the clubs have ‘finalised the agreement’ for his transfer.

It’s said Nottingham Forest and Corinthians sorted the final details and exchanged the last documents for the move.

The City Ground side will be triggering the goalkeeper’s release clause, which stands at €4m.

Carlos Miguel last played for Corinthians on June 16th, when he featured against São Paulo and got a yellow card that resulted in a suspension.

That means he didn’t travel for Wednesday’s match against Internacional. And now, with an ankle injury, he isn’t in the squad which is facing Athletico Paranense tonight.

That sequence of events may be a big sign that he’s trying everything not to play for Corinthians while the transfer to Nottingham Forest is finally being sorted out.

It remains to be seen when the Tricky Trees will pay for the release clause, though, as it’s already been said that they’re waiting for the end of the month because of PSR.