€10 Million Offer Has Now Been Made By Nottingham Forest For Argentine Brilliant Star

This summer, Nottingham Forest is considering making a move to sign Guido Rodriguez.

Forest has reportedly made a proposal for the 29-year-old defensive midfielder from Real Betis, according to ABC Sevilla.

The La Liga team demanded at least €12 million, and the bid was reportedly less than €10 million.

At the City Ground, Steve Cooper already has a sizable squad at his disposal, but he is clearly eager to fill out the ranks of his defensive midfielders even more this summer.

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And it appears that Forest will make a move during the summer transfer window to capture a player from La Liga.

The 29-year-old Argentinean Guido Rodriguez is currently the subject of a €10 million offer from Nottingham Forest, according to ABC Sevilla. Cooper is allegedly attempting to bring the

Rodriguez has been a really reliable performer for Betis over the past few years, earning praise from the Professional Football Scouts Association for his “exceptional defensive play” and “superb reading of the game.”

He is a fierce tackler who genuinely enjoys the physical conflict. On the surface, he appears to be the perfect fit for the physicality and rapid pace of Premier League football.


He averaged 3.4 tackles, 1.2 interceptions, and two clearances per game in Betis’ 34 La Liga games last season. The Argentinian is a superb football passer as well. He completed 87.4% of his throws last season, an incredibly remarkable average of 49.1 passes per game.


Nottingham Forest would benefit greatly from adding Guido Rodriguez. If the Premier League, nevertheless,

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