Nottingham Forest have been chasing PSV Eindhoven’s Ibrahim Sangaré for the past few weeks.

Last week, Eindhovens Dagblad reported the Tricky Trees are still looking into whether they can afford to pay the fee requested by the Eredivisie side.

There has been a new development now as journalist Rik Elfrink took to Twitter to state that PSV have received a ‘new offer’ of €35m from Nottingham Forest for Sangaré.

Eindhovens Dagblad, relayed by Voetbal Primeur, have provided additional information on this case.

The Premier League side’s proposal is very close to the midfielder’s €37.5m release. The report says the Dutch club are willing to allow the 25-year-old leave as the funds from his sale can help them sign Napoli’s Hirving Lozano.

Steve Cooper’s side now have to convince the Ivory Coast international because the outlet states he’s ‘not yet sure’ about this transfer.

The player questions whether a move to Nottingham Forest is the right step at this stage in his career as he’s still open to staying at PSV, who qualified for the Champions League group stage on Wednesday.

ED say Sangaré will think about his future ‘for the next few hours’ and then there should be more clarity on whether he’ll join the Tricky Trees. Both PSV and Nottingham Forest will be waiting for his final decision.