TEAMtalk understands that Queens Park Rangers are ready to offer Albert Adomah his dream move to Loftus Road.
The Nottingham Forest winger grew up a QPR fan and has longed to play for them.
However, the Hoops are battling to land him with Cardiff City, who signed him on-loan last season, keen to take him back to South Wales.
Forest have made it clear to Adomah that they will not stand in his way, and the 32-year-old looks on his way out of the City Ground.
Lambeth-born Adomah is out of contract next summer and has not kicked a ball for Forest this term.
The winger was left fuming, along with Cardiff boss Neil Harris after the player was forced to return to Forest last June.
In January, Adomah signed what he thought was a loan deal until the end of the season.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak the season had to be extended until July, but both Adomah and Cardiff were keen to see that extended.
Forest though had other ideas, probably because they saw Cardiff as a direct rival, and they made Adomah return. He subsequently did that and did not kick a ball in the remaining seven games with Forest.
Adomah left furious
Responding to a post on a Nottingham Forest fan’s Instagram account in June, Adomah said: “[It’s] Simple: I can’t play if I come back. They shouldn’t have loaned me out in the first place.
“Now i’m helping another club, Forest are playing hard.
“Guys, please remember one thing: I did not want to leave Forest. Fact!
“Sometimes players get treated like… Before you leave any comments, please thing carefully.”
Harris was left fuming and the former Millwall boss called Forest’s integrity into question.
“I spoke to Nottingham Forrest myself to understand their thinking and took their reasons on board. Ultimately, they want to be promoted. I understand their club perspective, but I can’t understand at all how the EFL have got themselves into this situation and let it develop.
“It is a complete lack of leadership and ownership, a complete lack of guidance from them. It is a disgrace. I couldn’t be more fuming with anybody as I am with the EFL at the moment.
“My only thought on Forest is that they signed a loan agreement with us to take it to the end of the season after the play-offs. The integrity of that is my only question. That’s all they have to answer.”