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Harry Arter is refusing to terminate his £40k-per-week Nottingham Forest contract despite not playing for two years and the club being desperate to sell the midfielder after he 'returned unfit' for pre-season

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Harry Arter is determined to see out his contract at Nottingham Forest after failing to come to an agreement to end his stay at the City Ground.

The 33-year-old moved to the club while Forest were still in the Championship after completing a permanent transfer from Bournemouth three-years ago, but hasn't featured for the side in the Premier League.

Arter's last outing for the club came during a two-minute cameo against Preston in 2021 and the midfielder is still raking in £40,000-per-week, despite not being involved with the first-team.

Forest are said to be desperate to get rid of the star and attempted to engineer his exit during the summer transfer window but there was a lack of interest in the player.