World News – UK – Nottingham Forest respond to big claims as the Reds brace themselves for transfer changes


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your latest headlines from the city area as the Reds hope to move off the bottom of the championship table with a win against them Read at lunchtime

Speculation on social media had revealed that the Reds could be unloaded by owner Evangelos Marinakis and that they have been in the market for two months.

But the Reds have denied this is the case with Marinakis, who despite their current battles on the pitch this season are keen to restore the Reds’ fate.

Sports journalist Paul Taylor said: « NFFC informs that the club is not for sale. There have been a couple of rumors to the contrary going around here. « 

Forest got off to a poor start to the campaign, languishing in the bottom four of the championship despite Marinakis investing heavily in the roster, which resulted in some stellar talent arriving over the summer.

Serdar Dursun has put clubs on alert after reports in Germany claimed he was anxious to seal a move from Darmstadt.

Nottingham Forest and Derby were both linked to the striker over the summer and he has shown exactly what he is capable of by proving his quality with the Bundesliga 2 team Darmstadt.

Dursun has scored 15 goals in 2020 after scoring nine goals last season and another six this season.

But he can leave the club for free next summer, with no signs of a contract extension, despite his impressive club form.

That means that he could leave the club in January for a discount, although Darmstadt has not given up hope of keeping him in the club.

From the 1st. January 1st, Brexit will change the way Nottingham Forest – and all Premier League and English Football League clubs – can operate in the transfer market.

The United Kingdom will join the European Union on March 31. Officially left December. After that, the clubs can no longer sign players from the EU.

The Football Association, the Premier League and the EFL, in cooperation with the Ministry of the Interior, have developed a new points-based system for players from EU countries who want to sign for teams on these banks.

We looked at the new rules and what they could mean for the Reds.

Sky Sports Pundit and ex-Nottingham Forest player David Prutton believe Chris Hughton will flip the reds – but say it won’t happen at Reading.

Forest will travel to the Royals early on Saturday, desperately hoping for a result that will allay their concerns if they languish at the wrong end of the championship table.

Forest enters the game after a decent goalless draw with Watford that Hughton hopes will provide a solid foundation to build on before heading to Berkshire.

And while Prutton believes the Reds will get it right under the former Brighton boss, he doesn’t reckon it will happen this weekend.

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World News – GB – Nottingham Forest respond to big claims as the Reds braced themselves for transfer changes


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