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Former Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri reportedly declined an offer from Premier League club Nottingham Forest to replace Nuno Espirito Santo.

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According to Alfredo Pedulla, Forest proposed a three-year contract for Sarri to take over immediately. However, Sarri intends to return to football in the summer and has rejected the offer.

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The 65-year-old, who parted ways with Lazio earlier this year, notably guided them to a second-place finish in Serie A last season.

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Currently, Forest is appealing their four-point deduction from the Premier League due to breaching profitability and sustainability rules. This penalty arose following their decision to delay the sale of Brennan Johnson in a £47.5 million deal to Tottenham last year.

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