‘Like big brothers’: Ibrahim Sangare shares the two Forest players who helped him settle at the club

Ibrahim Sangare, a midfielder for Nottingham Forest, has revealed who helped him settle comfortably after joining from PSV Eindhoven this summer.

Sangare, 25, joined the Reds on deadline day for a fee in the region of £35 million when Brennan Johnson moved for Tottenham Hotspur.

The Ivorian international has settled in nicely at the City Ground, impressing in his first two appearances under boss Steve Cooper.

In the Forest midfield, he’s forged an excellent relationship with Orel Mangala and Nicolas Dominguez, with Sangare already looking at home after just five games.


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In an interview with the club’s media, the 25-year-old confessed that two teammates are like big brothers to him.

“I’m very, very happy to be here amongst an excellent group of teammates.”We’re getting along great and have formed a strong bond. I think they’re a terrific group of people, and everything has gone well.”

“I haven’t had much of an opportunity to see Nottingham as a city, but from what I’ve seen, it’s a cool place to live.”

“We’re all in it together, but I have Willy Boly and Serge Aurier to whom I listen and learn a lot.”

“They’re like older brothers to me and I listen to all of their advice.”

More from Sangare at Forest to come.
Although Sangare has had a great start to his Forest career, there is clearly more to come from him.

He’s only five games into a long and successful time at the City Ground, and the 25-year-old possesses characteristics that can propel the team to the next level, with a top-half finish on the agenda this season.

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