Read Up “As per reports, Nottingham Forest is in serious jeopardy.” According to the Daily Mail, the Premier League team owes millions to players and agents in outstanding payments.

It is believed that players who departed the club at the end of last season were not paid their incentives.

Several agents are considering legal action against Forest, which might lead to winding up petitions if the outstanding payments are not made.

After promotion to the Premier League, Forest signed 30 players in two transfer windows last season.

Six players left City Ground as free agents this summer after staying in the top flight.

The Mail reports that 2022/23 player bonuses for those who have stayed at the club will be paid in August, and those who left will receive their money at the same time.

As Per Reports, Nottingham Forest Is In Serious Jeopardy
As Per Reports, Nottingham Forest Is In Serious Jeopardy

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James Maddison claims that being forced to leave Leicester after their relegation will permanently scar him.

The 26-year-old left Leicester for Tottenham earlier this summer after five seasons there.

From Norwich in 2018, Maddison has been a huge asset for Leicester in midfield.

He won the FA Cup in 2021 and played in the Europa League and Europa Conference League.

However, the England international failed to prevent Premier League relegation in his final season.

Maddison told talkSPORT at the TNT Sports launch: “I was there for five years, built such a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, the fans, the owner, the staff.

“I didn’t want it to end on that sour note. That probably damaged me forever. To avoid going into detail, I didn’t want to leave on that sour note of relegation.

Because I think so highly of the club, it’s almost like a pride hit for us players as we took Leicester back to the Championship, which isn’t great.

“But we’re professionals, we get up, we dust ourselves down, this is my new journey.

“Touch wood, fingers crossed Leicester can come straight back up, I think they have a good chance and I really hope they do, is a great club. But Tottenham is my club now, blinkers on, up and upwards.”