Nottingham Forest winger Albert Adomah has completed a move to Championship rivals Cardiff City.

The 32-year-old has put pen to paper on loan a loan deal for the rest of the season with the Bluebirds, having only arrived at the City Ground last summer from Aston Villa.

Adomah had largely been restricted to a substitutes’ role for the Reds, with 19 of his 27 appearances in the Garibaldi coming from off the bench.

He scored three times for the club, all of them coming back in August.

His departure follows on from those of Rafa Mir, Jack Robinson, Claudio Yacob, Chema, Costel Pantilimon, Luke Steele and Liam Bridcutt, all of who have headed elsewhere during the January transfer window.

Forest have added Adama Diakhaby, Nuno da Costa and Gaetan Bong this month, as well as recalling Tyler Walker from his loan spell at Lincoln City.

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