Anthony Elanga signed for Nottingham Forrest in a transfer worth 17.5 million euros!

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Anthony Elanga signed for Nottingham Forrest in a transfer worth 17.5 million euros!
Anthony Elanga signed for Nottingham Forrest in a transfer worth 17.5 million euros!

The Swedish representative Anthony Elanga has just made his move to one of the oldest English clubs, Nottingham Forest, and the club has just made his arrival official. In a deal worth 17 and a half million euros, Nottingham Forrest acquired the left winger who can play on the right and at the top of the attack.

He has signed a five-year contract with Nottingham Forest, i.e. until the summer of 2028, so he is set to play at the club until then. While he was on a pre-season tour with Manchester United, Elanga made it clear that he made a decision to return to England and finalize the deal with his new club.

By the way, Elanga spent his earliest days in Elfsborg; however, he spent his youth at Malmo and then at Manchester United, where he began his professional career as a senior player.

Anthony Elanga stats

In total, Elanga played 55 times in Manchester United's shirt and contributed four goals with four assists during his time with the team.

A total of 12 appearances were made for the Swedish national team and he scored three goals, and for the younger selections of this country, he scored nine goals out of 16 appearances. As a quick reminder, Nottingham Forest is also interested in bringing in another Manchester United player, and the goalkeeper Dean Henderson, as well as Elanga, in order to strengthen its defense.

He is expected to arrive at Forest soon, but there is little information about the job's final stages, and an official confirmation could arrive as soon as the work reaches the final stage. In the new club, Elanga hopes that he will have the opportunity to show his full potential and that he will get more opportunities to prove himself.

For the Swede, it will be a challenging task to face. It appears that Forrest will aim to remain in the league next year, based on everything we have seen so far. There is a difficult task ahead of them, but it is not impossible for them to accomplish it.

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