Forest Defender Panzo Eyes European Exit: Standard Liege Eyes Transfer Swoop

Forest’s 23-year-old center-back, who has spent a significant part of the ongoing season on the bench, could be on the brink of a European departure. As the winter transfer window enters its final week, the player has garnered interest from Standard Liege, signaling a potential move in the coming days.

Despite being a part of Forest, the London-born defender has found limited playing time this season, making only four Premier League appearances, all from the bench. With aspirations for more regular game time, the 23-year-old is exploring opportunities beyond the English club.

Belgian daily Het Laatste Nieuws reports that Standard Liege is actively considering the defender as a potential addition to their squad before the transfer deadline next week. The Belgian outfit is currently in the market for players in various positions, particularly eyeing reinforcements in the center-back position.

As Panzo contemplates a move, Standard Liege appears to be a viable option for the young defender. With 18 months left on his contract, Forest may be open to offers for Panzo, paving the way for a potential transfer in the coming week.

The winter transfer window has brought about a sense of uncertainty for Panzo, but with interest from Standard Liege, there could be a new chapter awaiting the talented center-back. As the final week unfolds, the footballing world watches with anticipation to see whether Panzo will make the leap to European football and find a new home at Standard Liege. Stay tuned for updates as the transfer deadline approaches and the fate of this promising defender hangs in the balance.