Super Eagles attacker Taiwo Awoniyi could be on Nottingham’s sale list in the coming summer transfer window following financial pressure, reports.

For breaking Financial Fair Play rules, the Tricky Trees were slammed with a four-point deduction that has found them on the brink of relegation to the second division of the English Football League as they slip below Luton Town into 18th place.

As the club navigates financial constraints, the spotlight turns to star players like Nigerian international, Awoniyi and Brazil’s Danilo, both of whom are considered valuable assets.

Among them, Awoniyi, with a market value of £24 million, stands out as a prime target for potential suitors. West Ham United, in particular, has emerged as a potential destination for the Nigerian striker.

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The manager of West Ham, David Moyes, opted for Gianluca Scamacca over Awoniyi in the past, a decision he may now regret.

However, Awoniyi’s prowess on the field has been evident, especially in matches against the Hammers, where he scored both home and away this season.

With his impressive display of strength, touch, and composure in front of goal, Awoniyi has showcased the qualities that could fill the void in West Ham’s attacking lineup.

As Forest grapples with financial challenges, Awoniyi could find himself moving to West Ham, which could be one of the hot Premier League transfer sales in the summer.