Nottingham Forest have been a mixed bag this season as they continue to struggle with consistency in their pursuit of a play-off place.
Forest will be desperate to enjoy promotion to the Premier League after spending heavily during the summer transfer window. Although, it appears as if they’re still seeking additions, as according to Nottingham Forest’s official Twitter account, Karim Ansarifard has joined the club.
Nottingham Forest have secured the services of forward Karim Ansarifard.
The Iranian international joins the club with a wealth of experience having played in Spain, Greece and his native Iran, as well as clocking up 66 caps for his national side and scoring 17 goals.
And, the 28-year-old scored 17 times for Olympiacos last season before going on to represent Iran at the World Cup, scoring a late equaliser against Portugal in the group stage, and now teams up with Aitor Karanka’s squad.
Karim Ansarifard has showed that he can score goals in domestic and international competitions, so he could prove to be a valuable asset for Nottingham Forest this season.
Indeed, the likes of Lewis Grabban and Daryl Murphy have struggled to find the back of the net on a consistent basis this season, so it comes as no surprise that Forest have looked to bring in another forward.