Nottingham Post - Forest now look to Vaz Te and Sako
Nottingham Forest are monitoring West Ham striker Ricardo Vaz Te – and could be poised to bid for highly-rated Wolves winger Bakary Sako.
West Ham are willing to allow the Portuguese front-man to leave Upton Park after he failed to make an impact in the Premier League last season, scoring three goals in 18 starts and six sub appearances.
Nottingham Post - Forest look to renew interest in Holt
Nottingham Forest are considering testing crisis club Hearts' resolve with a fresh bid for midfielder Jason Holt.
Reds boss Billy Davies was at Tynecastle on Sunday to watch the 20-year-old help steer the club to a 1-0 win over fierce rivals Hibs in the Edinburgh derby.
SkySports.com - No fresh Forest bid for Holt
Nottingham Forest have not returned with a fresh bid for highly-rated Hearts midfielder Jason Holt.
Holt has been a target all summer for Forest who have had three bids rejected by Hearts administrators BDO, the last of which was £150,000 in July and was described by Jambos boss Gary Locke as "ridiculous".
Nottingham Post - Forest to pursue further targets, even once Wilson deal is completed
Nottingham Forest will work hard to make further additions, even once Kelvin Wilson has officially made his return to the City Ground.
Billy Davies has confirmed that the club are still looking to address 'one or two positions', as he looks to build a squad capable of challenging for a place in the Premier League.
Mail Online - Forest boss Davies moves in for Wolves' Sako
Wolves midfielder Bakary Sako is a £2million target for ambitious Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies.
The League One side had expected Sako, 25, to join Fulham but a move to Martin Jol's side has faltered.
That has prompted Davies to step in for a player earning £25,000-a-week at Molineux.
Davies is willing to offer Dexter Blackstock as a part-exchange in any deal.
Herald Scotland - Lennon: Wilson probably played last game for Celtic
Neil Lennon admitted Kelvin Wilson has probably played his last game for Celtic after helping the Parkhead club into the Champions League play offs with a goalless draw against Elfsborg in Boras.
The Hoops go through 1-0 on aggregate but Wilson is likely to be back at Nottingham Forest before Friday's draw.
Daily Express - Wilson set for £2.5m Forest return
Kelvin Wilson is finally set to return to Nottingham Forest after Celtic accepted a £2.5m offer for the defender.
Nottingham Post - Kelvin Wilson will complete a £2.5m move to Nottingham Forest – after playing for Celtic tonight
Kelvin Wilson will play his final game for Celtic tonight, before completing a £2.5m move to Nottingham Forest.
Neil Lennon is planning to use the defender in their crucial Champions League qualifier in Sweden.
BBC Sport - Mjallby hopes Celtic retain Wilson
Celtic assistant manager Johan Mjallby admits Kelvin Wilson may be suffering from homesickness but is not resigned to losing the defender.
STV Sport - ‘Homesick’ Kelvin Wilson fit to play for Celtic against Elfsborg
Johann Mjallby has said that he expects Kelvin Wilson to be mentally prepared to play against Elfsborg despite Nottingham Forest’s attempts to sign him.
Nottingham Post - Kelvin Wilson travels with rest of Celtic squad for game in Sweden
Kelvin Wilson is flying to Sweden with the Celtic squad for their Champions League qualifying game against Elfsborg.
There had been speculation that the defender would miss the game, as Nottingham Forest step up their efforts to bring the 27-year-old back to the City Ground.
Nottingham Post - Forest face crucial 48 hours in their quest to sign Kelvin Wilson
Nottingham Forest are facing a crucial 48 hours in their quest to bring Kelvin Wilson back to the City Ground – and could yet complete a £2.5m deal by the weekend.
Celtic insisted that the 27-year-old missed their win over Ross County due to injury.
The Scotsman - Kelvin Wilson ‘wants to leave for Forest’
Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson has told Neil Lennon that he wants to leave the club, according to reports.
Daily Express - Kelvin Wilson ready to quit Celtic
Kelvin Wilson has told Neil Lennon that he wants to leave Celtic and seal a return to Nottingham Forest.
BBC Sport - Wilson not for sale, says LennonManager Neil Lennon insists that Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson is not for sale.
Celtic are struggling to retain Kelvin Wilson, with Nottingham Forest preparing to increase their offer to £2m for the defender who has failed to settle in Scotland.
Nottingham Post - QPR win race to sign Forest target Austin
QPR have won the race to sign Burnley hotshot Charlie Austin.
The newly relegated London club have agreed three-year contract with the highly rated striker, who had also been a target for Nottingham Forest over recent weeks.
SkySports.com - Lennon facing Wilson battle
Celtic boss Neil Lennon admits he has a battle on his hands to keep defender Kelvin Wilson, and has accused Nottingham Forest of trying to unsettle him.
Nottingham Post - Forest face Premier League opposition in race for striker Austin
Nottingham Forest could now face Premier League opposition in their fight to land wanted man Charlie Austin.
Both Crystal Palace and Stoke have been linked with the Burnley striker – with the Eagles in particular said to be keen on the 24-year-old.
Scottish Express - Neil Lennon fury as Forest bids unsettle Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson
Neil Lennon last night slammed Nottingham Forest and accused them of attempting to unsettle Kelvin Wilson ahead of Celtic’s crucial Champions League qualifier.
Daily Mail - Forest are unsettling Wilson, claims Lennon
Neil Lennon accused Nottingham Forest of trying to unsettle Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson. The Championship club have had a £1.5million bid for their former central defender rejected.
The Scotsman - Forest Kelvin Wilson bid causes Lennon alarm
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has expressed dismay at his Champions League preparations being disrupted by what he regards as a deliberate attempt to unsettle his key central defender, Kelvin Wilson.
Daily Express - Forest to close deals for Wilson and Austin
Nottingham Forest hope to complete deals for Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson and Burnley striker Charlie Austin this week.
Nottingham Post - Forest edge closer to bringing Kelvin Wilson back to the City Ground
Nottingham Forest are understood to have had an improved bid for Kelvin Wilson accepted, which could pave the way for his return to the City Ground.
Sources in Scotland say Celtic have reluctantly agreed a fee for the 27-year-old defender, who they do not want to see leave Glasgow.
Nottingham Post - Wilson close to making City Ground return
Nottingham Forest are close to completing a deal to bring Kelvin Wilson back to the City Ground.
The Reds are understood to have returned with an improved bid for the Celtic defender, after having their initial £1.5m offer rejected by the Scottish giants, and Wilson could be back for a second spell with the club within the next 48 hours.
Daily Star - Billy Davies told he is wasting his time on Leadbitter
Tony Mowbray has warned Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies that he will be wasting his time tabling a THIRD bid for Middlesbrough’s Grant Leadbitter.
Nottingham Post - Egyptian wonder kid not joining Forest
Egyptian wonder kid Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet will not be joining Nottingham Forest.
The Reds – and several other clubs across Europe – had been offered the chance to take the 18-year-old on loan, with a view to a permanent move.
But while his club, Al Ahly, were said to be willing to sell if the right offer was made, no club have come close to matching their asking price for the midfielder.
Sporting Life - Mackie hands in Rangers request
Nottingham Forest target Jamie Mackie has reportedly submitted a transfer request at QPR.
Nottingham Post - Forest have stepped up their efforts to sign four players
Nottingham Forest have stepped up their efforts to sign four players over the last 24 hours.
Algerian international winger Djamel Abdoun is understood to have arrived in the city last night with a view to agreeing the final details of his move from Olympiakos.
The Reds have yet to agree a fee with QPR over versatile Jamie Mackie, with the London club having rejected Forest's opening bid for the 27-year-old last night.
It is also understood that Forest have also made contact with Burnley over their free-scoring front-man Charlie Austin.
On top of that, Forest have not given up on their quest to bring Kelvin Wilson back to the City Ground.
Daily Mirror - Jamie Mackie set for £1.5m Forest move
QPR’s Scotland striker Jamie Mackie is ready to head for Billy Davies’s Nottingham Forest in a £1.5 million deal.
Mackie is available as Harry Redknapp tries to find new forwards - and Forest’s latest improved offer is set to be accepted.
Lancashire Telegraph - Forest step-up interest in Austin
Nottingham Forest are stepping up their interest in Charlie Austin, but Burnley are determined not to lose their 28-goal top scorer – not least to a Championship rival.
Nottingham Post - Forest table £1.5m Mackie deal
Nottingham Forest are understood to have stepped up their interest in striker Jamie Mackie – by tabling a £1.5m for the QPR man.
Zambia Daily Mail - Wigan pull out of Jacob’s chase
English championship side Wigan Athletic have pulled out of the race to sign FC Utrecht striker Jacob Mulenga leaving Bolton Wanderers and Nottingham Forest as favourites to capture the Zambia international.
Hull City are close to signing Nottingham Forest's Adlene Guedioura.
Nottingham Forest have bid £1.5m for Olympiakos winger Djamel Abdoun, with Southampton and Fulham also interested.
Nottingham Post - Reds may have to shell out 3m euros for Djamel Abdoun
Nottingham Forest may have to shell out 3m euros if they want to land Olympiakos winger Djamel Abdoun.
Reports in Greece suggest the Reds have upped their offer for the 27-year-old Algerian to 2m euros.
But they may now face unexpected opposition from Al-Gharafa, a Qatar-based club, who are willing to offer 3m euros for the player.
Nottingham Post - Forest could be ready to cash in on Guedioura
Adlene Guedioura is attracting attention from two Premier League clubs – and Nottingham Forest could ready to sell the Algerian international to bolster their summer transfer kitty.
Reds boss Billy Davies is in no rush to offload the popular midfielder, but remains hugely keen to sign Middlesbrough midfielder Grant Leadbitter, who he regards as being a potentially crucial piece of the club's blueprint for promotion.
Daily Mail - Forest launch £1.5m bid for QPR's Mackie
Nottingham Forest have launched a £1.5million bid for QPR striker Jamie Mackie, 27.
Daily Mail - Lennon tells Forest to up £1.5m bid if they want to sign defender Wilson
Celtic boss Neil Lennon has told Nottingham Forest that their £1.5million bid for Kelvin Wilson is nowhere near their valuation of the central defender.
SkySports.com - Lennon firm over defender
Celtic manager Neil Lennon admits it is unlikely the club will sanction the sale of defender Kelvin Wilson.
Daily Record - Celtic set to knock back £1.5m offer for Kelvin Wilson
Celtic are set to knock back Nottingham Forest’s £1.5million bid for Kelvin Wilson.
Forest made the offer on Friday night for the central defender but it is well short of Celtic’s valuation.
MailSport understands the Championship club will have to up it to £3m to land the 27-year-old who has two years of his contract still to run.
SkySports.com - Forest fancy Mansfield ace
Nottingham Forest are eyeing a move for Mansfield Town winger Sam Clucas, Sky Sports understands.
West London Sport - Forest boss keen on out-of-favour Mackie
Nottingham Forest are interested in signing Jamie Mackie from QPR.
Mackie’s first-team prospects are bleak under Harry Redknapp and look likely to remain so, with the Rangers boss chasing the likes of Gary Hooper, Andros Townsend and Charlie Austin.
Forest manager Billy Davies is also keen on Burnley striker Austin, 24, and Mackie is one of a number of other forwards on his radar.
Nottingham Post - Forest linked with Mackie move
Nottingham Forest have been linked with a move for QPR striker Jamie Mackie.
Nottingham Post - Forest edge closer to agreeing move for Trezeguet
Nottingham Forest are closing in on a deal to sign Egyptian wonder-kid Mahmoud Hassan 'Trezeguet' – and will complete the move if they can agree a fee with Al Ahly over the weekend.
The Reds want the 18-year-old on loan for a season with a view to a permanent move.
BBC Sport - Forest make bid for Celtic's Wilson
Nottingham Forest have bid £1.5m to re-sign Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson, reports BBC East Midlands Today.
Nottingham Post - Forest make £1.5m bid to bring Kelvin Wilson back to City Ground
Nottingham Forest have launched a bid to bring another old face back to the City Ground, in the form of Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson.
Nottingham Post - Forest poised to make fresh bid for Olympiakos winger – and have fourth Leadbitter offer rejected by Boro
Nottingham Forest are poised to make a fresh bid for Olympiakos winger Djamel Abdoun.
While they have also had a fourth offer for Grant Leadbitter rejected by Middlesbrough.
The Greek club have rejected an initial bid of 1.5m euros for the 27-year-old Algerian, Abdoun.
Ahram Online - Ahly’s youngster awaits loan offer from England’s Nottingham Forest
English second-tier club Nottingham Forest are seeking to sign Ahly’s Mahmoud Hassan “Trezeguet” on a season-long loan, the promising midfielder said on Friday.
StarAfrica.com - Trezeguet claims Forest bid
Egypt and Al Ahly youngster Mahmoud Hassan ‘Trezeguet’ has claimed English Championship side Nottingham Forest would table an official bid for him in the days ahead.
The young midfielder has been on the radar of several European clubs but is set to chose the second-tier English club.
Nottingham Post - Forest ready to up the ante again to land Wes Morgan
Nottingham Forest have not given up on their quest to sign Wes Morgan – and are preparing to make another, improved bid for the defender.
SkySports.com - Middlesbrough expect Grant Leadbitter to stay
Middlesbrough boss Tony Mowbray is convinced that Grant Leadbitter has no desire to leave the club.
The midfielder is reported to have been the subject of several offers from Championship rivals Nottingham Forest.
SkySports.com - Forest close on Hobbs loan
Sky Sports understands Nottingham Forest are closing in on the loan signing of Hull City defender Jack Hobbs.
BBC Sport - Forest poised to conclude Hobbs deal
Nottingham Forest are set to complete the signing of Hull City defender Jack Hobbs, reports BBC East Midlands Today.
Nottingham Post - Forest close in on defender Hobbs
Nottingham Forest are close to completing a deal to sign Hull defender Jack Hobbs on loan for the season.
The 24-year-old is understood to have agreed to the move, which is expected to be confirmed within the next 24 hours, barring any late issues.
Forest are also poised to join Stuttgart and Nice in the race to sign Egyptian wonder kid Mahmoud Hassan 'Trezeguet'.
SkySports.com - Gudmundsson attracting Championship interest
Sky Sports understands a number of English clubs are tracking AZ Alkmaar winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson.
Reports have suggested that the likes of Bolton Wanderers, Nottingham Forest and Wigan Athletic are all keeping tabs on Gudmundsson's situation with AZ.
Daily Mail - Wigan and Forest in pursuit of Mulenga
Wigan are battling Nottingham Forest for £1million FC Utrecht striker Jacob Mulenga.
The 29-year-old wants to make a name for himself in English football and would appear to have several options to consider as he contemplates a summer switch.
Daily Record - Hearts gamble and KO Forest bid for Jason Holt
Hearts were accused of playing financial poker with the club’s future last night by refusing to sell Jason Holt to Nottingham Forest.
The capital side knocked back an improved bid of £100,000 last week from the Championship side for the midfielder despite their ongoing cash crisis.
InsideFutbol.com - Southampton and Forest On Trail of Djamel Abdoun
Algerian winger Djamel Abdoun is being targeted by English sides Southampton and Nottingham Forest, as he looks to return for another stint in England.
SkySports.com - English interest mounts in Mulenga
Sky Sports understands that a number of English clubs have joined the chase for Utrecht striker Jacob Mulenga.
It is believed that thehave now been joined in the transfer hunt by Championship rivals Bolton Wanderers and Wigan Athletic.Nottingham Forest
Daily Star - Sharp End For Saint Bill As Forest Leave Him Out Of Plans
Nottingham Forest will not be bringing Billy Sharp back to the City Ground.
BBC Sport - Foxes reject fresh Forest Morgan bid
Leicester City have rejected a second bid from Championship rivals Nottingham Forest for captain Wes Morgan, reports BBC East Midlands Today.
The Reds are believed to have offered about £1.5m to re-sign the defender they sold to the Foxes in January 2012.
SkySports.com - Second Holt bid turned down
Sky sources report that Hearts have rejected a second bid for midfielder Jason Holt from Nottingham Forest.
STV Sport - Hearts reject improved offer from Nottingham Forest for Jason Holt
Hearts have rejected an improved offer for midfielder Jason Holt.
Administrators BDO have told Forest that the offer is not enough for the highly-rated 20-year-old playmaker.
Nottingham Post - Forest suffer double-blow in transfer market
Nottingham Forest suffered a double blow in the transfer market, as they saw deals for two players stall in the space of 24 hours.
The Reds will have to significantly up the ante if they are to persuade Middlesbrough to sell Grant Leadbitter.
And it was not the only setback Forest suffered yesterday, with a move for Algerian international forward Rafik Djebbour also falling through.
SkySports.com - Forest in fresh Holt approach
Sky Sports understands Nottingham Forest have tabled a second bid for Hearts midfielder Jason Holt.
The Northern Echo - Boro keep saying 'no' to Forest over trio
Nottingham Forest have tried to sign three Middlesbrough players this summer and the latest of those, Grant Leadbitter, has no desire to leave the Riverside Stadium.
The Northern Echo understands Forest had already failed with attempts to prise both Rhys Williams and Mustapha Carayol away from the North-East before making three offers for Leadbitter in the past week or so.
BBC Sport - Forest pull out of Djebbour deal
Nottingham Forest have pulled out of a deal to sign Algeria international striker Rafik Djebbour from Olympiakos, reports BBC East Midlands Today.
BBC Sport - Forest to sign Djebbour
Nottingham Forest are poised to sign Algeria international striker Rafik Djebbour from Olympiakos, reports BBC East Midlands Today.
Nottingham Post - Middlesbrough reject Forest bid for Leadbitter
Middlesbrough are understood to have rejected Nottingham Forest’s bid for Grant Leadbitter – with boss Tony Mowbray reluctant to lose one of his most influential players.
Evening Gazette - Grant Leadbitter: Boro reject £800k Forest offer
Grant Leadbitter is not for sale. That’s the message coming out of Boro following Nottingham Forest’s recent bids to sign the 27-year-old midfielder.
The Gazette understands Forest initially made a £400,000 bid for Leadbitter, who joined Boro as a free agent last summer after signing a three-year deal.
They then followed up with another offer believed to be in the region of £800,000.
SkySports.com - Forest make bid for Leadbitter
Sky Sports understands Nottingham Forest have tabled a bid for Middlesbrough midfielder Grant Leadbitter.
Nottingham Post - Forest make ambitious bid to sign Grant Leadbitter
Nottingham Forest are understood to have made an ambitious bid for Middlesbrough's influential midfielder Grant Leadbitter.
While they are also trailing Olympiakos striker Rafik Djebbour.
BBC Sport - Morgan is not for sale
Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson has insisted Wes Morgan is not for sale following news that the influential centre-back is a summer transfer target for his former club Nottingham Forest.
SkySports.com - Forest make offer for Mulenga
Sky Sports understands that Nottingham Forest have lodged a bid for FC Utrecht striker Jacob Mulenga.
BBC Sport - McGoldrick completes Ipswich move
Ipswich Town have completed the signing of Nottingham Forest striker David McGoldrick on a two-year deal.
SkySports.com - Forest close on De Vries deal
Sky Sports understands that Nottingham Forest are closing on Dorus De Vries, with a deal agreed with the Wolves goalkeeper.
Nottingham Post - Forest hope to win race to sign keeper De Vries
Nottingham Forest are understood to have held talks with Wolves keeper Dorus De Vries over a move to the City Ground.
The Reds may still face opposition from a Dutch club who want to entice the 31-year-old back to his homeland.
Nottingham Post - Forest in talks to sign experienced keeper De Vries
Nottingham Forest are in talks with experienced Wolves keeper Dorus De Vries.
The Reds have been given permission to negotiate a personal terms with the 32-year-old Dutchman, who Wolves are willing to allow to move on a free transfer.
Nottingham Post - Forest look to have won the race to sign Walsall's Jamie Paterson
Nottingham Forest look to have won the race to sign Jamie Paterson from Walsall.
The versatile winger or forward was due to undergo a medical in Nottingham last night.
Daily Star - Middlesbrough Muscle In On Forest Deal For Jamie Paterson
Middlesbrough are trying to hijack Nottingham Forest’s deal for Jamie Paterson, 21, after Walsall accepted a £1m bid.
BBC Sport - Forest still eager to re-sign Morgan
Nottingham Forest are still eager to sign Leicester City captain Wes Morgan despite having an initial bid rejected, reports BBC East Midlands Today.
SkySports.com - Forest to win Paterson race
Nottingham Forest are poised to sign Walsall's Jamie Paterson, Sky Sports understands.
SkySports.com - Championship clubs keen on Samba Sow
Sky Sports understands that Bolton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers are leading the chase for Lens midfielder Samba Sow.
The Mali international has come close to sealing a switch to England in the past, with Nottingham Forest having expressed an interest.
Nottingham Post - Forest face fight to land Jamie Paterson
Nottingham Forest's attempts to complete a fourth signing of the summer today could be scuppered by Championship rivals Middlesbrough.
SkySports.com - Forest agree fee for Paterson
Sky Sports understands that Nottingham Forest have agreed a fee for Walsall's Jamie Paterson and will now talk terms.
Nottingham Post - Walsall winger Paterson on the verge of City Ground move
Nottingham Forest are understood to be close to signing Walsall's versatile winger or striker Jamie Paterson, as Billy Davies continues to rebuild his Championship squad.
SkySports.com - Forest fail with Morgan bid
Sky Sports understands that Nottingham Forest have seen a £1million bid for Wes Morgan knocked back by Leicester City.
SkySports.com - Tudgay weighs up options
Nottingham Forest striker Marcus Tudgay is hoping to make a decision over his future in the next 24 hours.
Nottingham Post - No bid for Wes Morgan
Nottingham Forest have not made a bid for Wes Morgan, the Post understands.
Coventry Telegraph - Steven Pressley: Hands off Sky Blues skipper Carl Baker!
Steven Pressley has dismissed widespread rumours that Coventry City captain Carl Baker is a target for Championship club Nottingham Forest.
BBC Sport - Forest refuse to deny Morgan move
Nottingham Forest have refused to rule out re-signing defender Wes Morgan from Championship rivals Leicester City, reports BBC East Midlands Today.
The Sun - Leicester defender Wes Morgan, 29, could return to Nottingham Forest in a £1.5million deal.
The Sunday People - Gary to fire Forest
Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies is ready to join the chase for Celtic's English striker Gary Hooper - and make a record £5million bid.
Reading Chronicle - Sharp - 'I have not signed for Reading FC'
Billy Sharp has dismissed rumours suggesting he has signed for Reading FC.
Nottingham Post - Forest close to signing USA defender Eric Lichaj
Nottingham Forest are understood to be close to signing USA defender Eric Lichaj on a two-year contract.
Nottingham Post - Nottingham Forest face rivalry in race to sign midfielder McCann
Nottingham Forest are ready to step up their chase for Chris McCann – but will face rivalry from Wigan and Leicester City.
The 25-year-old midfielder is high on the Reds' shopping list and, having returned from holiday, manager Billy Davies is ready to step up his recruitment drive next week.
SkySports.com - Forest eye Carayol swoop
Nottingham Forest are ready to test Middlesbrough's resolve over winger Muzzy Carayol, Sky Sports understands.
Carayol only joined Boro last summer when they beat a number of clubs - including Forest, to land him from Bristol Rovers.
Mail Online - Forest looking to bring in Middlesbrough winger Carayol
Nottingham Forest want Middlesbrough winger Muzzy Carayol, 24, who only joined last summer from Bristol Rovers.
SkySports.com - Clubs chase Laure signature
Sky Sports understands a number of English clubs are lining up moves for Deportivo La Coruna defender Laure.
Watford and Nottingham Forest are both keen on the right-back and Deportivo could be forced to sell due to financial problems.
Leicester Mercury - Leicester reject Forest approach for Andy King
Leicester City have rejected an approach from Nottingham Forest for midfielder Andy King.
According to sources in Nottingham, Forest have made an enquiry about the availability of the Wales international but were emphatically told he was not for sale.
Nottingham Post - Huddersfield Town target Forest striker Dexter Blackstock
Huddersfield Town are plotting a raid for Nottingham Forest striker Dexter Blackstock.
The Reds' Championship rivals have not yet made a bid for the 27-year-old, but manager Mark Robins has identified him as one of his primary targets.
Sheffield Telegraph - Owls’ Buxton rejects Forest
Defender Lewis Buxton turned down an approach from Nottingham Forest to sign a new contract with Sheffield Wednesday.
Daily Mirror - Hull face Chris McCann transfer battle with Palace and Forest
Hull are battling Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest to land Burnley's out-of-contract midfielder Chris McCann.
McCann is a free agent this summer and both Hull and Palace want to take him to the Premier League.
Forest are also keen on the Dubliner, while Burnley boss Sean Dyche refuses to give up hope that he may yet stay at Turf Moor.
SkySports.com - Clubs keep tabs on Guedioura
Sky Sports understands a number of Premier League clubs are tracking Nottingham Forest midfielder Adlene Guedioura.
Nottingham Post - Forest face competition to sign Hammers winger
Bolton are hoping to hijack Nottingham Forest's efforts to sign winger Rob Hall.
Nottingham Post - Forest close in on wingers David Lopez and Rob Hall
Billy Davies has stepped up his efforts to bolster his Nottingham Forest squad with wingers – by launching bids to land two players.
Brighton's experienced Spaniard David Lopez and West Ham youngster Robert Hall are the duo the Reds have targeted.
Nottingham Post - Forest offer Marcus Tudgay a new contract
Nottingham Forest have offered Marcus Tudgay a new one-year deal.
Tudgay’s contract is set to expire in a few weeks, but Davies has offered the player fresh terms in an effort to keep him at the club for another year.
TalkSport - Forest plot move for West Ham reject
Nottingham Forest have entered the running to sign former West Ham striker Carlton Cole.
The ex-Chelsea forward is available on a free transfer after being released by the Premier League club.
Nottingham Post - Forest poised to make ambitious bid for Carlton Cole
Billy Davies has already begun work to revive his Nottingham Forest front-line – and is poised to make an ambitious bid to land former England man Carlton Cole.
Free-agent Darius Henderson and Southampton's Billy Sharp remain among their targets, Forest have also set their sights on a number of other players, who are available on free transfers.
Davies is also keen to add pace to his attack and the Reds also have Simeon Jackson on their radar.
Daily Star - Billy Davies has eyes on Eric Lichaj
Billy Davies is interested in making free agent full-back Eric Lichaj, 24, his first signing in his second spell at Nottingham Forest.
Birmingham Mail - Villa's discarded defenders may need to drop down divisions
Nottingham Forest are believed to be pursuingEric Lichaj, who has been released.
Birmingham, Bolton and Nottingham Forest want striker Rob Hulse, 33, who has been released by QPR.
Leeds, Forest, Charlton, Blackburn and Huddersfield are all keen on Blackpool frontman Gary Taylor-Fletcher.
Nottingham Post - Billy Sharp will not discover his Southampton future until next month
Nottingham Forest transfer target Billy Sharp will not discover his Southampton future until next month.
The Reds are keen to bring the striker back to the City Ground, either permanently or on loan, next season.
BBC Sport - Tamworth complete deal for Regan
Tamworth have signed defender Matt Regan on a one-year deal following his release from Nottingham Forest.
TwentyFour7Football - Forest and Leeds interested in Cole
Championship clubs Nottingham Forest and Leeds United are reportedly interested in released West Ham striker Carlton Cole.
Birmingham Mail - Gonzalo Jara Reyes in quick demand
Gonzalo Jara Reyes’ departure from The Hawthorns has alerted both Nottingham Forest and Burnley.
Nottingham Post - Bolton win race to sign Reds target Baptiste
Bolton Wanderers look to have won the race to sign in-demand defender Alex Baptiste.
Forest had been monitoring the situation of Baptiste, with his contract at Bloomfield Road set to expire in a few weeks.
Nottingham Post - Forest step up chase for Ward
Nottingham Forest are leading the race to sign defender Elliott Ward, after he was officially released by Premier League Norwich City.
TribalFootball.com - Aussie youngster MacDonald hopeful after Nottingham Forest trial
Australian teenager Josh MacDonald is waiting on a call from Nottingham Forest regarding his playing future.
The 17-year old spent time with the Championship club in February as well as a short stint with Aston Villa and has his fingers crossed about the possibility of getting a call back to England.
SkySports.com - Reid agrees Forest extension
Andy Reid has agreed a new one-year deal with Nottingham Forest, Sky Sports understands.
Nottingham Post - Billy Davies hopes to bring Billy Sharp back to Nottingham Forest next season
Billy Davies has told top scorer Billy Sharp he does want to bring him back to Nottingham Forest.
The Reds boss met with all his players individually last week, to discuss his plans and their futures.
Nottingham Post - Nottingham Forest one of the early favourites for promotion
Billy Davies' instant impact on his return to the City Ground has ensured Nottingham Forest have already been installed as one of the favourites for promotion next year.
The Times - Fawaz al-Hasawi, the fan who bought Nottingham Forest
As a child in the Gulf in the Seventies, Fawaz al-Hasawi was so obsessed with Nottingham Forest that when he grew up he bought the club. And now he’s plotting a return to the glory days.
The Irish Sun - Henderson to sign Forest deal
Darius Henderson is set to sign a new three-year deal with Nottingham Forest today.
Daily Star - Cardiff Want McGugan
Malky Mackay is ready to offer Lewis McGugan the chance to live his Premier League dream with Cardiff, but faces competition from Leeds and Reading to sign the midfielder, 24, on a free.
TalkSPORT - Norwich in fight to keep starlet
Norwich City face a battle to keep hold of French starlet Adel Gafaiti amid reports nine clubs are looking to prise him away from Carrow Road.
Cardiff City, Nottingham Forest and Reading are chasing Gafaiti's signature, as are German sides Borussia Monchengladbach and Fortuna Dusseldorf.
Derry Journal - Josh rejects Forest approach
Derry City’s latest signing, Joshua Tracey, rejected a possible move to Nottingham Forest prior to signing on the dotted line for his home town club.
Nottingham Post - Hutchinson is top of Davies' target list
Billy Davies has made Sam Hutchinson his first transfer target of the summer – as the defender fights to ensure he has not played his last game for Nottingham Forest this season.
SkySports.com - Jara injury blow for Forest
Gonzalo Jara will miss Nottingham Forest's last two matches this season due to knee ligament damage, while Sam Hutchinson is also a doubt.
Daily Star - Derby Chasing Henderson and Baptiste
Derby want Nottingham Forest striker Darius Henderson and Blackpool defender Alex Baptiste. They’ll be free agents this summer.
Nottingham Post - Chris Cohen would be happy to make a permanent switch to left back
Chris Cohen believes his Nottingham Forest future could see him making a permanent switch to left back.
The midfielder has played all ten games since Billy Davies returned for a second spell as manager in the back four.
East Anglian Daily Times - David McGoldrick will remain at Ipswich Town, despite loan ending
David McGoldrick will continue training with Ipswich Town between now and the end of the season, and will not return to help Nottingham Forest’s play-off push.
Nottingham Post - Lewis McGugan is best player outside of the Premier League
Andy Reid believes Nottingham Forest possess the best player outside of the Premier League in Lewis McGugan.
But the Irishman today warned that the Reds will need more than one hero if they are to achieve their play-off dreams.
Nottingham Post - Billy Davies hoping for Guedioura return ahead of Forest's Blackpool clash
Billy Davies hopes to have Adlene Guedioura back to face Blackpool this weekend – after admitting he was disappointed by the performance of his Nottingham Forest team at Burnley.
SkySports.com - Billy Davies would like to see Lewis McGugan remain at Forest
Billy Davies would like to see Lewis McGugan pen a new contract at Nottingham Forest, but appreciates that players do move on.
McGugan has been instrumental in Forest's charge up the Championship standings since Davies returned to the City Ground for a second spell in February.
Nottingham Post - Nottingham Forest's Lewis McGugan showing his worth
Billy Davies insists he does not fear losing Lewis McGugan on a free transfer in the summer – and has told the midfielder to keep putting himself in the spotlight at Nottingham Forest.
McGugan is out of contract in the summer and could walk away on a Bosman free transfer.
Nottingham Post - Forest end loan window without new faces
The emergency loan window has slammed shut and Nottingham Forest are without any new faces at the club.
Manager Billy Davies had stated he wanted to strengthen his squad but also said he would not sign players just for the sake of it.
York Press - York City's bid for Jonathan Greening rejected
York City have had an ambitious bid for Bootham Crescent old boy Jonathan Greening turned down by Nottingham Forest.
BBC Sport - Davies 'can be Forest's Ferguson'
Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al Hasawi insists manager Billy Davies is a long-term appointment and can be their equivalent to legendary Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
SkySports.com - Championship clubs are eyeing moves for Kirk Broadfoot
Sky Sports understands a host of clubs are tracking Blackpool defender Kirk Broadfoot.
The likes Blackburn, Leeds, Ipswich and Nottingham Forest are all thought to be monitoring Broadfoot's contract situation at Blackpool as they weigh up a move for the versatile defender in the summer.
Nottingham Post - Billy Davies wants to make Forest even stronger for the promotion run-in
Billy Davies is still looking for ways to make his Nottingham Forest squad even stronger, as he looks to help the Reds extend their remarkable run of form.
The manager says he is still on the look out for possible loan signings, as he seeks to ensure the Reds have enough strength in depth for the final eight games of the campaign.
Nottingham Post - Guy Moussi believes anything is possible for Nottingham Forest as season draws to a finale
It is perhaps a touch of Gallic nonchalance, but it also feels distinctly like simple, old fashioned confidence.
But when asked if Nottingham Forest can still compete for a top-two finish in the Championship, Guy Moussi responds with a shrug of the shoulders and a straight forward response.
"Why not? Anything is possible?"
Nottingham Post - A familiar mood has Elliott Ward believing Forest can still challenge for promotion this season
The return of a familiar feeling has convinced Elliott Ward that Nottingham Forest could still earn a place in the Premier League this season.
Nottingham Post - Billy Davies tells Lewis McGugan to focus on performances and put contract talks on back burner
Billy Davies has told Lewis McGugan to focus on helping Nottingham Forest into the Championship play-offs – and put his contract concerns to one side until the summer.
SkySports.com - Al Hasawi airs Forest ambition
Nottingham Forest chairman Fawaz Al Hasawi has outlined ambitious plans to take the club back into Europe.
The Mirror - Southampton striker Billy Sharp will make Forest loan deal permanent
Southampton striker Billy Sharp will join Nottingham Forest in a £1.2million deal this summer.
Nottingham Post - Collins – Forest can still claim automatic promotion
Danny Collins says Nottingham Forest's players are allowing themselves to look upwards once more.
Nottingham Post -Complacency will cost us, says Nottingham Forest manager
Billy Davies has told his Nottingham Forest players to take confidence from climbing into the top six in the Championship for only the second time this season. But the manager also warned that he will allow no complacency as the Reds head into their final nine games of the campaign.
Nottingham Post - Billy reveals secret to success as unbeaten run gathers momentum
Nottingham Forest's turnaround in form has been inspired by managing people, managing expectation and changing the roles people do within the club, said manager Billy Davies today.
Nottingham Post - Davies wants to bring in a striker on loan at Nottingham Forest
Billy Davies is poised to make his first signing after returning to Nottingham Forest, with the manager revealing he wants to bring in a striker on loan.
The Scotsman found himself with only two fit strikers as the Reds struggled to break down a resolute Ipswich side that almost managed to hold out for a point despite being reduced to nine men.
SkySports.com - Davies looking for additions
Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies intends to dip into the loan market for attacking reinforcements to maintain the club's promotion surge.
Nottingham Post - Adlene Guedioura: Nottingham Forest are 'not finished yet' when it comes to form
Adlene Guedioura today warned the Championship: "Nottingham Forest are not finished yet."
The Reds will be looking to collect their fourth straight win under Billy Davies when Ipswich Town visit the City Ground tonight.
Nottingham Post - Jonathan Greening can sense momentum building at Nottingham Forest
Jopnathan Greening believes he can feel momentum building at Nottingham Forest.
But he today also echoed Billy Davies' warning that hard work will be the foundation of any success the club achieve this season.
Nottingham Post - Defensive worries for Billy ahead of facing Tractor Boys
Billy Davies could find himself with a defensive headache ahead of tomorrow's visit of Ipswich to the City Ground.
Nottingham Post - Nottingham Forest lost over £12m in last financial year, accounts show
Nottingham Forest lost just over £12m during the last financial year, according to their annual accounts.
The figures leave the club just within the financial fair play guidelines agreed by Football League clubs.
Nottingham Post - Billy Davies looking at loan market, but is still remaining cautious
Nottingham Forest will continue to consider their options in the loan market, says Billy Davies. But the Reds boss also hinted that the club may retain a cautious stance when it comes to new additions.
BBC Sport - David McGoldrick plays down Nottingham Forest return
Ipswich Town striker David McGoldrick does not expect to be reunited with former boss Billy Davies at Nottingham Forest at the end of the season.
Nottingham Post - Hutchinson could be set for Nottingham Forest return
Billy Davies hopes for good news on the horizon at Nottingham Forest on the injury front.
Daniel Ayala is set to return to training in the near future and fellow defender Sam Hutchinson is close to returning to Forest from Chelsea, as he wins his own fight for fitness.
ThisIsTamworth.co.uk - Belford wants return for Nottingham Forest defender
Tamworth caretaker boss Dale Belford is set to bolster his squad ahead of Saturday's home game with Hyde by bringing in defender Matt Regan.
Nottingham Post - Forest hoping to tie up Billy Davies return today
Nottingham Forest were last night working to tie up a deal to bring Billy Davies back to the City Ground for a dramatic second stint as manager.
The Al Hasawi family have made the Scotsman their primary target, as they look to make a swift appointment, following the departure of Alex McLeish on Tuesday.
The Telegraph - Nottingham Forest to appoint Billy Davies new manager
Billy Davies is poised to make a surprise return to Nottingham Forest after rejecting the opportunity to take over at Blackpool.
Davies and his representatives were approached by Forest chairman Fawaz Al-Hasawi early on Tuesday morning, following the departure of Alex McLeish by mutual consent, and the Scot is expected be named the new manager in the next 24 hours.
BBC Sport - Davies favourite for Forest post
Nottingham Forest are set to name their new boss within 48 hours, with former manager Billy Davies the overwhelming favourite, reports BBC Nottingham.
SkySports.com - Davies poised for Forest job
Billy Davies looks set to take the vacant manager's job at Nottingham Forest after rejecting an approach from Blackpool.
Nottingham Post - Billy Davies leading the race for Forest job following Blackpool statement
Billy Davies now seems to be firmly leading the race to become the next manager of Nottingham Forest, after Blackpool announced he would not be taking up the job at Bloomfield Road.
Nottingham Post - Billy Davies among the contenders as Nottingham Forest search for new manager
Billy Davies could yet make a shock return to Nottingham Forest, as the club look for a replacement for Alex McLeish.
But the Scot, who has always said he has 'unfinished business' at the City Ground, will face significant competition for the job.
Nottingham Post - Today could be D-day for Alex McLeish at Nottingham Forest
Today could be D-day when it comes to Alex McLeish's future at Nottingham Forest.
The manager spent yesterday with his family debating his position at the City Ground, after refusing to confirm that Saturday's 2-1 defeat at former club Birmingham City would not be his last in charge of the Reds.
Nottingham Post - Nottingham Forest boss Alex McLeish could walk
Alex McLeish's future as Nottingham Forest manager still hangs in the balance.
The Scot took training as normal yesterday, before holding lengthy talks with the club's owners, as he demanded answers over a frustrating deadline day that was capped off by the collapse of George Boyd's transfer to the City Ground.
Nottingham Post - Alex McLeish takes training amid speculation over his future
Alex McLeish is at training at Nottingham Forest today ahead of their trip to his old club Birmingham City in the Championship tomorrow, amid speculation about his future at the City Ground.
There are reports the Scot is ready to resign just over a month after taking charge, after the club failed to land any of his transfer targets before the transfer window closed at 11pm last night.
BBC Sport - Boyd move off after eye test fail
Peterborough United say midfielder George Boyd's proposed move to Nottingham Forest fell through because of an "inconclusive eye test".
Nottingham Post - Michael Kightly linked with Forest switch
Nottingham Forest are preparing to make a swoop for Stoke City winger, Michael Kightly, reports indicate.
Alex McLeish will look to solve his wingman issues by making a late approach for the 27-year-old.
Sky Sports -Forest chase double signing
Sky Sports understands that Peterborough forward George Boyd is undergoing a medical at Nottingham Forest, while the Reds have bid for Wolves defender Stephen Ward.
East Anglian Daily Times - Town target Ward is wanted by Nottingham Forest
Nottingham Forest have had a bid accepted for Wolves defender Stephen Ward, but a deal is unlikely at the moment, due to the two parties being unable to agree personal terms, according to sources in the Midlands.
Nottingham Post - Forest set to snatch George Boyd away from Crystal Palace
Nottingham Forest are close to snatching George Boyd from under the noses of Crystal Palace on transfer deadline day.
The Peterborough midfielder will hold talks at the City Ground this morning, with a view to making a permanent return to the Reds.
Mail Online - McFadden set for Forest loan move and reunion with McLeish
Sunderland striker James McFadden is poised to join Nottingham Forest on loan, despite agreeing a deal to stay at the Stadium of Light until the end of the season.
Black Cats manager Martin O’Neill is keen for the 29-year-old former Scotland forward, who joined Sunderland on a free transfer earlier in the season, to play more football.
Mail Online - McLeish on shaky ground at Forest after bust-up with Kuwaiti owners
Alex 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.
Nottingham Post - Forest will play hardball over Chris Burke as Birmingham reject second bid
Nottingham Forest will play hardball with Birmingham City over Chris Burke, after having an improved £500,000 bid for the winger rejected.
The Reds hierarchy were shocked to see what they regard as a fair offer, given that the Scotsman is out of contract in the summer, rejected by their Championship rivals.
Nottingham Post - Forest set to lose out on Boyd after opening talks with Crystal Palace
Nottingham Forest’s January transfer target, George Boyd, is poised to sign with Crystal Palace.
The Peterborough midfielder is now in talks with the Eagles over personal terms after the two clubs agreed a fee.
Nottingham Post - Forest make fresh £500k bid for Birmingham winger Chris Burke
Nottingham Forest have upped the ante in their efforts to sign Chris Burke, by lodging a fresh £500,000 bid for the winger.
Championship rivals Birmingham had previously rejected the Reds' initial approach for the right-sided player.
Inside Futbol - Nottingham Forest Eye Former Liverpool Winger Nabil El Zhar
Nottingham Forest are keen on former Liverpool winger Nabil El Zhar, according to Spanish daily AS.
BBC Sport - Alex McLeish McLeish targets more new signings
Nottingham Forest manager Alex McLeish says he still wants to bring new faces to the club before the end of the transfer window.
SkySports.com - Blackpool eye Derbyshire deal
Sky Sports understands Blackpool are poised to sign Nottingham Forest striker Matt Derbyshire on loan.
Bristol Evening Post - Bristol City boss Sean O'Driscoll confirms deal for Forest defender Brendan Moloney is close
Bristol City head coach Sean O'Driscoll has confirmed an interest in Nottingham Forest defender Brendan Maloney.
And O'Driscoll, who worked with Moloney while in charge at Forest earlier this season, is hoping the versatile defender will be signed up in time to feature in Saturday's home game against Ipswich Town.
Daily Mail - Forest go Fox hunting after Saints full back falls down the pecking order
Nottingham Forest manager Alex McLeish is keen on Southampton defender Danny Fox.
The left-back, 26, has fallen behind 17-year-old Luke Shaw.
McLeish also likes Bolton's Marcus Alonso but the Spaniard is considering waiting until he becomes a free agent in the summer.
Nottingham Post - Dexter Blackstock agrees a four-and-a-half-year contract at Nottingham Forest
Dexter Blackstock is expected to put pen to paper on a new four-and-a-half-year contract at Nottingham Forest today.
The 26-year-old striker has agreed a deal that will tie his long-term future to the club, following successful negotiations yesterday.
Nottingham Post - Forest hope to see Darius Henderson – and Dexter Blackstock – sign deals today
Nottingham Forest hope to complete the signing of striker Darius Henderson within the next 24 hours.
And Dexter Blackstock could also put pen to paper on a new deal today.
SkySports.com - Forest lodge Henderson bid
Sky Sports sources understand that Nottingham Forest have made a bid for Millwall striker Darius Henderson.
Nottingham Post - Forest edge closer to Darius Henderson deal
Nottingham Forest are edging closer to the signing of Millwall striker Darius Henderson.
The Lions striker is available on a free transfer, with his deal at the New Den set to expire in the summer.
Daily Express - Forest On Brink Of Signing Chris Burke
Nottingham Forest are moving closer to signing Birmingham’s Chris Burke.
Although the Blues turned down Forest’s first offer for their midfielder, Alex McLeish is expected to come back with an improved offer which could be accepted.
Nottingham Post - Bolton defender Marcos Alonso is on Nottingham Forest's transfer radar
Nottingham Forest are poised to make a cut-price bid to land Bolton's Spanish defender Marcos Alonso.
The left-back cost Wanderers £2.5m when he signed from Real Madrid in the summer of 2010, but is out of contract at the end of the season.
And Forest are set to test the water with a bid for the 22-year-old, who could be available for as little as £200,000.
SkySports.com - Forest close in on Burke deal
Sky Sports understands Nottingham Forest are closing in on the signing of Birmingham winger Chris Burke.
Forest boss Alex McLeish has made Burke one of his top priorities in this month's transfer window having worked with him at Rangers and signed him for Birmingham.
Peterborough Telegraph - Boyd to Forest could be back on
Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony has hinted that Nottingham Forest are still trying to sign winger George Boyd.
Derby Telegraph - Clough laughs off report that Derby want Dexter
Nigel Clough has dismissed a report that says Derby County are set to make an offer for Nottingham Forest striker Dexter Blackstock.
The report said Derby would make their move immediately after Saturday's Championship clash between the East Midlands rivals.
SkySports.com - Camp is off to Carrow Road
Sky Sports understands that Norwich are closing on a deal for Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp.
Daily Mirror - Norwich set to snap up Forest keeper Lee Camp for nothing
Norwich City boss Chris Hughton is set to snap up keeper Lee Camp on a free - and beat neighbours Ipswich to his signature.
Camp is being released by Nottingham Forest’s Alex McLeish and sorted out terms with Hughton over the weekend in whirlwind talks.
The Telegraph - Alex McLeish denies being forced by the club's owners to buy certain players
Alex McLeish has denied that he is being forced to sign specific players by the Nottingham Forest owners in the wake of the dismissal of chief excutive Mark Arthur and Keith Burt, the head of recruitment.
West London Sport - QPR will listen to offers for both their goalkeepers
QPR will listen to offers for keepers Julio Cesar and Robert Green in order to cut their huge wage bill, according to the Sunday Mirror.
Nottingham Forest are reported to be interested in signing Green, who is currently being kept out of the Rangers side by Cesar.
SkySports.com - Derby ready Blackstock bid
Derby County are set to make an official approach for Nottingham Forest striker Dexter Blackstock after Saturday's game between the two sides.
SkySports.com - Forest line up Henderson move
Sky Sports understands Nottingham Forest are lining up a move for Millwall striker Darius Henderson.
Nottingham Post - Forest close to securing Dexter Blackstock's future at club
Dexter Blackstock's future at Nottingham Forest could be secured before the end of January.
The club are poised to offer the striker a new deal that would keep him at the club until the summer of 2015.
Daily Mail - Norwich join Ipswich in race to sign Nottm Forest keeper Camp
Norwich are rivalling Ipswich for goalkeeper Lee Camp, 28, who can leave Nottingham Forest on a free transfer.
Chris Hughton is keen to draft in another goalkeeper to offer more options between the sticks.
But Mick McCarthy hopes to lure the 28-year-old to Ipswich with the greater prospect of first-team football.
Nottingham Post - McLeish is pondering loan switch for Brendan Moloney
Nottingham Forest are considering a move to ship Brendan Moloney out on loan in search for regular first team action.
The Irish full-back has been a peripheral figure in the Forest first team this season and his chances of making the eleven have weakened following the arrival of the Reds' recent defensive reinforcements.
TalkSport - McLeish: Forest need to add three or four 'quality' players to reach Premier League
Alex McLeish insists he’ll have to add three or four 'quality' players to his Nottingham Forest squad if the club are compete for a place in the Premier League.
GhanaWeb - Nottingham Forest make offer to sign Kwarasey
Goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey is wanted by Nottingham Forest English side Nottingham Forest have slapped in a bid to sign Ghana goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey.
The Championship side made an offer to his Norwegian club Stromgodset on Friday, insiders close to the Drammen-based side told Ghana's leading football news website.
SkySports.com - McLeish wants three signings
Nottingham Forest manager Alex McLeish wants to strengthen his squad with a new goalkeeper, winger and attacker this month.
SkySports.com - Gillett agrees new Forest deal
Sky Sports understands Nottingham Forest midfielder Simon Gillett has signed a new deal at the City Ground.
BBC Sport - Peterborough reject Nottingham Forest George Boyd offer
Peterborough United have rejected an offer from Nottingham Forest for transfer-listed midfielder George Boyd.
Posh chairman Darragh MacAnthony used Twitter to describe the offer from Forest, who beat Peterborough 2-1 on Saturday, as "derisory".
Nottingham Post - Jamaal Lascelles targeted by Cheltenham Town boss Yates
Mark Yates will this week step up his chase for two loan players to strengthen Cheltenham Town's promotion hopes.
Nottingham Forest youngster Jamaal Lascelles is believed to be his first choice for loan cover at centre-half.
SkySports.com - Ipswich weigh up move for Camp
Sky Sports understands Ipswich have held talks with Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp over a possible move to Portman Road.
Camp has been informed he is free to leave the City Ground this month with his contract due to expire in the summer.
East Anglian Daily Times - Ipswich Town poised to sign Nottingham Forest keeper Lee Camp
Mick McCarthy is closing in on signing Nottingham Forest keeper Lee Camp – despite Scott Loach’s impressive rise back to the first team.
Daily Mail - Ipswich Boss McCarthy eyes move for Forest keeper Camp
Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy is offering Lee Camp a route out of Nottingham Forest.
Peterborough Telegraph - Darragh dismisses Forest bid for Boyd
Chairman Darragh MacAnthony has rejected a ‘derisory’ offer from Nottingham Forest for transfer-listed Peterborough United player George Boyd.
MacAnthony confirmed on his Twitter account that he has snubbed the advances of a club who claimed a 1-0 Championship victory over Posh yesterday (January 12).[sic]
Boyd, whose Posh contract expires in the summer, is wanted by a host of Championship clubs.
SkySports.com - McLeish looks to January sales
Alex McLeish insisted he still needs to be more active in the January transfer window after clinching his first win as Nottingham Forest manager in the 2-1 defeat of Peterborough.
Birmingham Mail - Alex McLeish expected to bid again for Chris Burke
Birmingham City are bracing themselves for a fresh bid from Nottingham Forest for Chris Burke.
Former Blues boss Alex McLeish came in with a £300,000 offer for the winger.
Blues rejected it, but expect an improved bid from Big Eck, who managed Burke at Glasgow Rangers.
SkySports.com - Championship duo target Boyata
Sky Sports understands Nottingham Forest and Bolton are chasing Manchester City defender Dedryck Boyata.
Mail Online - Forest target unsettled Blackburn goalkeeper Robinson
Nottingham Forest will move for Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Paul Robinson after shelving interest in QPR's Rob Green.
Robinson is eager to leave Ewood Park with West Ham and Fulham also showing interest.
SkySports.com - Birmingham have rejected a bid from Nottingham Forest for Chris Burke
Sky Sports sources understand that Birmingham have rejected a bid from Nottingham Forest for winger Chris Burke.
SkySports.com - No Leeds contact with Nottingham Forest over move for Dexter Blackstock
Leeds have not been in contact with Nottingham Forest regarding Dexter Blackstock, according to Alex McLeish.
Several national and regional newspapers reported last week that the Elland Road club had made a £750,000 bid for Forest striker Blackstock, who will be out of contract in the summer.
Birmingham Mail - Gonzalo Jara Reyes set for Forest?
West Bromwich Albion's Gonzalo Jara Reyes has emerged as a loan target for Nottingham Forest.
TalkSport - Green distances himself from Nottingham Forest move
Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Robert Green has distanced himself from a move to Nottingham Forest.
The Rangers shot-stopper has lost his place in the team at Loftus Road, following Julio Cesar's arrival from Inter Milan in the summer, and newspaper reports on Thursday morning linked him to Alex McLeish's side.
Nottingham Post - Keeper Robert Green tops Reds' list, as Lee Camp's future looks uncertain
Nottingham Forest are poised to pounce for former England keeper Robert Green, as the future of Lee Camp hangs in the balance.
Alex McLeish has put the QPR stopper at the top of his January shopping list, with long-serving Camp out of contract in the summer – and yet to agree a new deal.
The Telegraph - Forest set to swoop for Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Robert Green
Forest manager McLeish has launched a bid to offer Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Green a fresh start at the City Ground and is keen to agree a deal before Saturday’s home game against Peterborough.
Daily Mail - Forest target out-of-favour QPR keeper Green after McLeish allows Camp to leave on free
Nottingham Forest have targeted QPR's Rob Green after deciding to let goalkeeper Lee Camp leave on a free transfer.
SkySports.com - Lee Camp set for January free transfer
Sky Sports understands Lee Camp has been told he can leave Nottingham Forest on a free transfer this month.
The experienced goalkeeper is out of contract in the summer but new manager Alex McLeish has agreed to allow the former Derby man to leave the City Ground ahead of schedule.
Nottingham Post - Alex McLeish hopes to have two signings in place at Nottingham Forest before weekend
Alex McLeish hopes to have at least two new signings in place before Nottingham Forest face Peterborough on Saturday.
But the Reds manager admits there is a lot of negotiating still to be done between now and the end of the transfer window.
Nottingham Post - Robbie Findley linked with MLS return
Reports suggest that Nottingham Forest's Robbie Findley is set for a return to the United States.
The USA international is linked with a return to his former club Real Salt Lake.
Nottingham Post - Youth player Matt Regan recalled from loan spell at Tamworth
Matt Regan has been recalled from his loan spell at Tamworth by Nottingham Forest.
Lambs assistant manager Dale Belford said: "He was only here on a youth loan and Forest have decided they want him back in the fold there.
SkySports.com - Reading are keeping tabs on Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp
Sky Sports understands Reading are keeping tabs on Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp.
Camp's contract at Forest expires in the summer and as yet no new deal has been agreed.
Nottingham Post - Oldham favourites to land Derbyshire
Matt Derbyshire has been told by Nottingham Forest that he needs to find another club, according to reports.
The Forest striker's future lies away from the City Ground after manager, Alex McLeish, told him he'll have to make way for new signings.
SkySports.com - Alex McLeish is hoping to keep Dexter Blackstock at Nottingham Forest
Alex McLeish hopes Dexter Blackstock will remain at Nottingham Forest, but appreciates there are issues to address.
Yorkshire Post - Leeds thwarted in bid for Dexter Blackstock
Leeds United's hopes of signing striking target Dexter Blackstock have suffered a knock-back with new Nottingham Forest boss Alex McLeish revealing his desire to keep him.
Nottingham Post - McLeish will look to add new attackers in January window
Alex McLeish will look to bolster Nottingham Forest's firepower in the January transfer window, as he looks to get their promotion push back on track.