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Nottingham Forest is considering the sale of some of their prominent players, including Nigerian international Taiwo Awoniyi, during the upcoming summer transfer window. This decision aims to prevent further breaches of Premier League financial regulations.

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According to reports from the Daily Mail UK, the club is facing challenges in retaining key center-back Murillo amidst significant uncertainties looming over the summer. Murillo is not the only player who could potentially depart, as Morgan Gibbs-White and Awoniyi are also rumored to be on their way out.

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Both Gibbs-White and Awoniyi are anticipated to attract interest from clubs within the English topflight as well as from other leagues during the transfer window.

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Nottingham Forest recently incurred a points deduction for violating the Profitability and Sustainability Rules of the Premier League. With the team currently in the relegation zone and nine matches remaining in the 2023-2024 season, the club is compelled to balance their revenue and expenditures, which may necessitate player sales.

Awoniyi was signed by Nottingham Forest from Union Berlin in June 2022 for a then-club-record fee of 20 million euros.

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