By Danny Wright
Fawaz Al Hasawi has confirmed that there have been no serious offers to buy Nottingham Forest.
The Kuwaiti owner added that there will be no further discussion on the club’s sale until the summer.
Forest have already had bids from Greek shipping magnate Evangelos Marinakis and an American group led by millionaire John Jay Moores fall through during the course of the season.
“At the moment there are no serious offers for the club. People have spoken to us, but there is nothing serious worth talking about,” the Nottingham Forest owner said to the Nottingham Post.
“There are people who talk to us about this all the time, but there is a big difference between that and somebody making a serious offer to buy the club.
“There is not anyone, at this point, who we are talking to seriously, about wanting to buy the club.”
Al Hasawi’s family have owned the East Midlands club since 2012 after purchasing the club following the death of previous owner Nigel Doughty.
Forest are currently in a relegation battle this season in the Championship and are without a win in their last four games.
Gary Brazil is in interim charge of the club until the end of the season after Philippe Montanier was sacked in January.
Forest won three of their four matches under Brazil’s leadership but the club have found themselves fighting to stay afloat after a dismal run which leaves them just six points clear of the bottom three.
The Reds’ next game is against league leaders Brighton next Saturday. However the squad will take heart from a 0-0 draw with Wigan which brought a halt to a run of three successive losses.
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