Billionaire businessman declares ‘I want to buy Nottingham Forest’

Latest Nottingham Forest news from NottinghamshireLive as Daniel McKorley, chief executive of McDan, says he wants to buy the Reds

A Ghanaian businessman estimated to be worth up to $1bn has declared a desire to buy Nottingham Forest.

Daniel McKorley, the chief executive of McDan, says he’s a supporter of the Reds and stated he wants to buy the City Ground club.



“The only team I support in the world apart from Oly (Great Olympics) is Nottingham Forest,” McKorley said. “I have been a supporter of Nottingham Forest when Nottingham was even in the third division. Why? Because I want to buy that team. I want to buy Nottingham Forest.

“Imagine with all this development going on. McDan buys Nottingham Forest and every time you see about 60 percent of the players in the English league from Ghana.”

“It sounds strange, but just think about it,” he added. “Just imagine Nottingham Forest win the PL (Premier League) with 60 percent of the players from Ghana.”

Evangelos Marinakis has owned Forest since May 2017, after buying the club from Fawaz Al Hasawi. There is no suggestion he would consider ending his tenure as owner of the club.

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