As indicated by The Athletic, time could be up for Horvath at Nothingham Forest. Following the addition of Odysseas Vlachodimos from Benfica on transfer deadline day, he will fall down the hierarchy.
The first summer signing of the 2021/22 season for the club was Horvath. He was added to the positions to give rivalry to Brice Samba and he’s made 11 appearances for the club altogether.
Horvath joined Luton Town on loan last season after leaving Forest. It was surprising that they didn’t sign him permanently after he helped the club win promotion to the Premier League and kept 20 clean sheets.
At 28-years of age, the player will hunger for ordinary football this season. As a third-choice goalkeeper, he will not push Matt Turner hard for a spot in the international team.
Around the world, there are still a few transfer windows open. So, in the coming days, Horvath will hope to get involved in a move away from Forest.
Throughout Horvath’s time at the club, Chris Hughton lavished praise on him. Following a Carabao Cup rout to Wolves, he called the player ‘phenomenal’ in the wake of making a few decent saves during the challenge.
The 28-year-old is set to leave Forest
It would be ideal if Forest could hook Horvath up with something permanent. Both Turner and Vlachodimos are 29 years old, and as a result, they could be the two goalkeepers for some time now.
Horvath simply craves game time at the moment. He needs to play, and after playing regularly for Luton during 2022–23, it will be a culture shock not to be involved as a first choice this season.
The Reds have done well to get lots of players out of the club this summer on either loan or permanent terms. Now, they have to help Horvath out and find him a club to go to, even if it’s until January on some kind of loan deal.
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