Former Nottingham Forest striker faces ‘big decision’ over future


Former Nottingham Forest striker David McGoldrick says he faces a “big decision” over his future.

The 29-year-old from Nottingham is out of contract at Ipswich Town at the end of this season, having been at Portman Road since he left the Reds in 2013.

And there is currently no new deal on the table, despite him making a good start to this season by scoring six goals in 12 games.

His family still live in Nottingham – and he says that will be a factor in any decision he makes.

“This is one of the most important years for me, no doubt about that,” said McGoldrick, in an interview with the Ipswich club programme.

David McGoldrick battles with Wes Hoolahan for the ball

“I’m out of contract and there is no option on that either. It’s down to me and the club what happens next year.

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“I have not been offered anything by the club yet but if that changes then obviously I’ve got to look at it. I have a lot of respect for the club and the staff here.”

“My family are back in Nottingham, so I have to think about that. I’m 29 now and have probably got one or maybe two contracts ahead of me before I’m in the real world, as they say!” he added.

“It’s a short career, football, so I know it’s a big decision for me ahead but, as I said, it’s not something I’m worried about. I will deal with it when I come across it.”



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