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Forest boss Cooper expects no new signings ahead of West Ham clash


Aug-12 21:21 first published at 21:21 PM

Steve Cooper does not expect any new additions to the Nottingham Forest squad that will face West Ham United on Sunday. The Reds are working hard to strengthen their squad further, having signed 12 new players, with the Daily Telegraph reporting that three more deals are in the works. Cheikhou Kouyate, Remo Freuler, and striker Emmanuel Dennis are all expected to join in the coming days. Cooper, on the other hand, does not expect any new additions to play against the Hammers. : Emmanuel Dennis has agreed in principle to join Nottingham Forest, while Keinan Davis has agreed to join Watford: Nottingham Forest and Chelsea are in ‘talks’ about a midfielder transfer. ‘I don’t think for Sunday,” he said when asked if new players would be appearing at the City Ground. “It’s no secret that we’re actively seeking players. We’re probably connected to more players than is actually the case. ” It’s standard transfer window behavior to try to get players in. There has been some progress on some of them, but not on others, so my focus is on the boys who come in every day.” I quickly learned in management not to talk about a signing until it was signed and registered. I’ll stick to that, and there’s no news at the moment. We’ve been associated with a variety of names. Some of it may be be true and some definitely not. ” We’re pleased with how we work. As I’ve said before it was always going to be a busy summer. We’re still in that process of bringing players in and maybe moving some out as well. It’s something that has been going on for a while now and will continue like at every other club. ” Our focus is on the players that are here because the most important thing this week is the game on Sunday.” Scott McKenna will likely miss the game against West Ham after picking up an injury in training while Steve Cook and Ryan Yates are definitely out. READ NEXT: Nottingham Forest fans sent important travel warning ahead of West Ham clash Inside Nottingham Forest coaching staff debates as Premier League plan is forged Gibbs-White, Aouar, formations – Your Nottingham Forest questions answered Crucial Nottingham Forest transfer depends on key Manchester United and Juventus decision Arsenal fans pile in as Nottingham Forest linked with shock transfer

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