April 13, 2024

‘I’m hearing’: Nottingham Forest may already be re-thinking their January transfer plan

Nottingham Forest might not sign anyone during the January transfer window as they look to establish themselves in the Premier League. The Reds added 13 new players to their ranks during the summer.

 

The Reds have made an alright start to 2023/24. Forest have won just three matches during the campaign so far, although they have drawn many of their games.

 

Several names have been linked with a move to Forest during the January transfer window. Nino is one player who has been on the radar with a £6 million deal thought to be in the offing.

 

Forest might rethink January plans

This news comes form Graeme Bailey who has been discussing the relegation battle on the Talking Transfers Podcast. He believes that a number of Premier League sides are considering a rethink over their January plans.

 

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He said: “I said it would be one of the poorest Premier League’s in terms of standard for a long time and that’s how it’s transpiring.

 

“The three promoted teams are just not of the sufficient standard. To the extend where I’m hearing the likes of Fulham, Crystal Palace, West Ham and even Nottingham Forest are all re-thinking their January strategy, of do any of them need to spend money to stay up.”

 

Forest do need one or two

This is very interesting and with Everton getting points deducted it’s not completely out of the question. The Reds need to make sure that they get the balance right and hopefully one or two can still be added in January.

 

Nino looks like a player who could certainly arrive. However, perhaps Bailey’s claim suggests that Forest won’t be going all out to spend big money like they did last January with the signing of Danilo.

 

Forest should be capable of avoiding relegation at a canter. Ultimately, now have a run of favourable fixtures and hopefully the league table can keep looking ideal from a Forest perspective.

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