World News – GB – Live Forest Transfer Deadline Day – Knockaert officially signs


The domestic transfer window closes today at 5:00 p.m. – so we’ll keep you updated on any transactions made at the City Ground during the transfer deadline

The domestic transfers window closes at 5 p.m. today – so we’ll keep you updated on any deals made at the City Ground

If anyone signs, it appears to be Anthony Knockaert, who enjoyed success with new Forest manager Chris Hughton at Brighton, when he won promotion to the Premier League

It was reported yesterday that Forest is planning to secure a one-season loan deal for the 28-year-old today

Another player who is touted is Harry Wilson – Forest reportedly vying for Derby, Swansea and Cardiff for loan deal from Liverpool

Next on the target list is Kamil Grosicki Forest was set to sign the West Brom winger on the last day of the deadline

Stuart Briers: « Unbelievable that £ 10million was spent just a few months ago, I hope he does well at Forest, but £ 10million could have been used much more wisely »

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We took a look at what fans have said about Anthony Knockaert signing Just to say they’re happy

Both clubs agreed on fees earlier today and it looks like wages have been sorted out as well

The 28-year-old will now reunite with coach Chris Hughton after the duo helped Brighton win promotion to the Premier League in 2016

Forest had been keen to sign a winger before today’s 5pm transfer deadline and they now have their man, with an option to buy the player.

Forest has five minutes to confirm the signatures with the governing bodies. That doesn’t mean they have to announce them at 5 p.m., although that would be nice!

We are still awaiting confirmation of any late deals with Forest pushing to sign Anthony Knockaert and Kamil Grosicki

Here’s what he had to say about possible departures today, with Kamil Grosicki close to moving to Forest

“There are a few situations with some of the players,” Bilic said “We’ll see It’s open until 5 pm

« I can’t tell you who, it’s not the principle to talk about it before the deal is done, but there could be three players leaving A couple, if not three A couple is in talks with other clubs

« Until then, these are our players Unless deals are made, they will be ours, so it’s not fair to tell me about it »

The 21-year-old has previously been on loan with Notts County, Macclesfield and Braintree Now he will spend the rest of the season in Ligue 2 with the Mariners

By moving to Blundell Park he joins Reds Under-23s teammate Danny Preston, who was involved in Gomis’ move to Blundell Park Full story here

Nottingham Forest reportedly close to signing West Bromwich Albion winger Kamil Grosicki ahead of transfer window

Colleagues at our sister publication Birmingham Live understand that an agreement has been reached between the clubs and all that remains is the player’s personal conditions to be resolved

Nottingham Forest missed Harry Wilson’s loan signing, with Liverpool joining Cardiff City for the rest of the season

Although not officially announced, WalesOnline claims the deal is made with Cardiff to pay £ 1 loan fee of 2million and Wilson’s £ 60,000 weekly salary for the remainder of the season

Forest had been closely linked to the Welsh international, with Derby County and Swansea City

East Midlands source suggests #gtfc is ready for Nottingham Forest striker Virgil Gomis on loan The 21-year-old French forward has had loans at Braintree, Notts County and Macclesfield He has joined #nffc in 2016 but still made part of the first team

The Blackburn Rovers signed Leeds United defender Barry Douglas on a season-long loan before facing Nottingham Forest on Saturday

Watford would have liked the 31-year-old as well, but he has opted for a move to Ewood Park and is set to face Forest in what will be Chris Hughton’s first game in charge

Douglas has a great recent experience in the Championship, part of the Wolves squad which won promotion to the Premier League in 2018, and after moving to Leeds that summer he has played 15 times in their 2019/20 promotional campaign, including the Ewood Park meeting in July

We updated our scheduled weekend lineup after Chris Hughton confirmed Scott McKenna and Harry Arter were available

Nottingham Forest will miss Harry Wilson’s loan signing with Liverpool winger set to join Cardiff City for the rest of the season

Athletic reports the Welsh side will pay loan fees of over £ 1million and pay all wingers’ salaries

Forest had been closely linked to the Welsh international, with Derby County and Swansea City

Wilson’s signing will be a real coup for Cardiff, the 23-year-old having already excelled in the league, when he scored 18 goals for Derby two seasons ago Read the full story here

There is a lot to catch up on from yesterday, including Hughton on transfers, injury news and the latest Harry Wilson / Anthony Knockaert news

Having taken over from Nottingham Forest just over a week ago, Chris Hughton was faced with the conundrum of using the carrot or the stick

Should he go and push players hard from day one to sharpen their minds and bodies after months of short? Or should he be gentler and try to cheer up?

Hughton insists morale hasn’t been an issue, but he acknowledges players need to impress with limited time for the new boss to make decisions that could influence their career direction.

« It’s management, » he told Nottinghamshire Live when asked about his approach to a first week on the training ground after a year away from the game

« This is the best part of our game, being on the training ground, working with the players and trying to improve them

« It was a great atmosphere, which you would expect I have always found that players like to train through the ups and downs, especially when a new manager arrives

Lewis Grabban insists that missed opportunities at Nottingham Forest’s disastrous start to the season are not on his mind

Grabban became Forest’s first player to score 20 goals in a season last season, the first to do so since David Johnson and Marlon Harewood in 2002/03

However, he wasted in the season opener against QPR and should have scored in the loss to Cardiff

Now the 32-year-old says his confidence remains high as he seeks to impress new boss Chris Hughton, although he doesn’t put extra pressure on himself

« Most seasons I scored goals It’s not something new I need to repeat what I have done and move on, » he said. he told Nottinghamshire Live

« Missed chances don’t weigh me down Not at all Last season I didn’t have a lot of chances to score goals

« People will always focus on the negatives If I scored every chance I had I wouldn’t do it here I would be at Barca! »

The first, for deals involving clubs from two countries, was relatively calm given the summer storm, with 13 players signed in total

Cafu’s transfer from Olympiacos has been confirmed with the departure of Yohan Benalouane and Nuno Da Costa, the latter on loan

So what will happen before today’s 5pm deadline, which will put an end to national moves until January?

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