Alex McLeish is already under pressure at Nottingham Forest.
The Daily Mail says McLeish’s position at Nottingham Forest is unclear following a bust-up with the club’s new owners over transfer funds.
The former Scotland manager has had a row with the Kuwaiti owners of the east Midlands club after a tense five weeks since succeeding Sean O’Driscoll.
McLeish was promised a significant kitty to use during the transfer window. However, the club’s technical advisor Dr Tariq Aljalahmah, has held a series of meetings this week with several key figures including McLeish and the remaining members of the club’s scouting team.
The Scot was told that the club was reticent to sanction any cash deals, with Forest preferring instead to do business in the loan market.
McLeish stood his ground, asking for the money that he believed he was getting after agreeing to take on the job late last month.
The matter had been left in abeyance but some progress looked to have been made last night as Forest mounted a bid to swipe Peterborough United’s George Boyd from under Crystal Palace’s noses.