Jermaine Jenas could be set for a return to Nottingham Forest if the club’s new owners have their way.

Spurs midfielder Jenas spent last season on loan at Aston Villa until he suffered an injury which ended his season. Whether Jenas will be prepared to drop down a division is another question.

It remains to be seen if AVB will give Jenas a chance to impress, however there are doubts since he has already brought in Gylfi Sigurdsson.

Forest’s new owners, the Al Hasawi family have already appointed Sean O’Driscoll as their new manager at the end of last week and are determined to bring in some big names.

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    • Him

      Give him back to us, we will show you why he was sign so quickly by you premiership also rans, and show why you have never won anything in Europe.

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    • garethlewispayne

      I so agree with you. Under rated and under played. If he has represented England how can he be so so bad? Give him a chance. He is siilar to THUD so AVB show us some Englih players playing

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  1. ForestRed

    Spurs fans, think back to when Forest looked to be taking Gareth Bale on loan a few seasons ago, the majority said how poor he was and how you never won with him in your side!!

    How wrong could you be?

    Welcome back JJ

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    • DAVSPURS

      Well said sir he has the ability remember his goal against Arsenal in the 4-4 AVB could bring out the best in him.

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  2. Pav

    Think forest should go for Michael Owen also as he is on a free if we want another big name and to make a staement to the other championship teams

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  3. Tottspur

    good player, what a pity he was injury prone, never showed his full potential at spurs, be a good buy for forest

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  4. Nadders

    All due respect to spurs, JJ was a big name for you when you signed him now he is on the crock list you shout him down, oh dear! On the forest side, perhaps a good move, home city all his family and support from reds fans may get the best out of him again, roll back the years JJ you are coming into your prime now! Michael Owen, perhaps that might be a good idea, but generally speaking he is injury jinxed, good catch for reds as he could be used sparingly!

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  5. Next bus to Woolwich

    The thing with Jenas,was that although he obviously had talent and could run box to box he always played well within himself and within his comfort zone.He hardly ever put his stamp on a game,and would often go missing,I think that's what frustrates most Spurs fans,what's the point in having all that talent if it's used so sparingly??

    However as a previous post stated a couple of good goals against the arse i the 4-4 draw and also both semis in the carling cup.

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  6. Andy

    JJ had all the talent to be the next frank lampard. Trouble is, could never apply it. He has been unlucky with injuries (would have been interested to see what he would of done with a full year in the first team at villa) but he also lacks the drive and determination to become better. We've left him behind.

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  7. Him

    We will take him, and show what you are missing, before all your midfield get sold to the chelsea scum. JT was a forest boy, glad he went back as he has as much defensive skill as my gran.

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