How much five key players are worth to Nottingham Forest as Evangelos Marinakis sends £240m warning

Nottingham Forest have now shared how much they value five key players as Evangelos Marinakis targets huge returns on any sales this summer.

Despite a few odd signings – such as Andre Ayew and Jonjo Shelvey – Garibaldi have largely recruited well, making a number of shrewd investments that have now grown in value.

So how much will Evangelos Marinakis demand for five of Nottingham Forest’s finest? Let’s take a look…

Nottingham Forest send message to transfer Eagles

After impressive performances from the likes of Morgan Gibbs-White and Callum Hudson-Odoi in the 2023/24 campaign, their Premier League rivals are showing interest.

The Guardian believe Tottenham want to sign the latter after a strong finish to last season, which saw the England international score three goals in his last three Premier League appearances.

A story by Give Me Sport adds that Newcastle are considering a £60million move for Gibbs-White.

If that is true, the Magpies will need to increase that potential offer.

According to The Sun, Nottingham Forest value Gibbs-White at £70m and also consider Murillo to be a £70m footballer.

In addition, Hudson-Odoi is said to be worth £30m by those at the City Ground, while Danilo and Anthony Elanga are valued at £35m each.

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That equates to a total of £240m for five players, which would represent a huge profit based on Nottingham Forest’s initial outlay.

TOTAL: £74 million

It’s time for stability

Of course, Nottingham Forest may need to sell one of these key men due to the Premier League’s Profit and Sustainability (PSR) rules.

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However, it is imperative that Marinakis keeps most of this current squad together as there has been far too much turnover since Steve Cooper gained promotion to the Premier League.

You won’t get anywhere in football if key aspects keep changing every season – such as playing staff and coaches – so hopefully things settle down a bit at the City Ground this summer after some chaotic developments over the past two years .

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