📢BREAKING NEWS : Nottingham Forest now set to go all the way to seal another 7-figure signing after Elliot Anderson


It’s been quite a week for Nottingham Forest, who have managed to maintain their winning streak and sustainable innocence while also acquiring a rising star in the form of Elliot Anderson. And now we are about to welcome another participant.

Nottingham Forest transfer news

Elliot arrived to become Forest’s third signing of the summer, which also saw goalkeeper Odysseas Vlachodimos move in the opposite direction to Newcastle United. The midfielder followed both Marko Stamenic and Eric da Silva Moreira through the gates at the City Ground in what has been a busy start to the window for those in the Midlands.

For the first time since sealing the move, Anderson told Forest’s official website: “I’m buzzing. I think it’s a huge club with a huge history and I can’t wait to get started. This is the club and the city. I’ve always liked Nottingham Forest a lot and I think it’s a good place to show what I can do and keep trying to help my career.”

However, Forest wasted no time before turning their attention to the second coming. According to Sami Mokbel of the Daily Mail, Nottingham Forest are set to sign Carlos Miguel from Corinthians in a £4m deal this summer. The 6-foot-10 goaltender will immediately match up with 32-year-old Matz Sels before possibly stepping in for the veteran in the coming years.

Miguel will be Forest’s fourth signing of the summer if he completes the move as they look to seal their Premier League stay for a third consecutive campaign at the City Ground. The arrival of Miguel could certainly help a lot to stay at the top level in the next season as well.

“Extraordinary” Miguel can replace Selso

At a sensational 6ft 8, Miguel could immediately take Selo’s place in Nuno Espirito Santo’s side next season, especially given the fact that he is only 25 and entering the prime years of his career.

In addition, the Brazilian already knows the star defender Murillo well, as he played for Corinthians together with Forest. Forest, known for the “outstanding” reflexes of Nathan Joyes, could have a really good striker on the way this summer.

Of course, Forest struggled to truly become a number one last season, with Matt Turner and Sels splitting the minutes throughout the campaign, leaving the door open for a new but unproven prospect to emerge this summer.

It’s an opportunity Miguel could take to quickly turn his £4million arrival into a bargain in the coming months. The Brazilian is the youngest of Espirito Santo’s three options, and the Brazilian also has a chance to grab the No. 1 for years to come instead of the limited time Sels and Turner may have in their playing careers.

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