Mustapha Carayol leaves Middlesbrough bound for Nottingham Forest
By Dev Trehan
Last Updated: 31/08/16 11:18am
Mustapha Carayol is understood to have joined Nottingham Forest after his contract with Middlesbrough was terminated by mutual consent.
Carayol joined Boro in a £350,000 deal from Bristol City three years ago but did not feature for the club last season after returning to fitness following a serious knee injury sustained 18 months ago.
"Muzzy Carayol has parted company with the club after his contract was terminated by mutual consent," a statement on Boro's website read.
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"The cancellation of his contract enables the player to move on, and Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Alhasawi has announced that the player has joined his club on a two-year contract."
The Gambia-born winger had loan spells at Huddersfield and Leeds last term, making a total of 27 appearances in the Championship, scoring four goals.