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Forest fans on social media notice Huddersfield duo missing from pre-season game…

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Jul-16 16:16 first published at 16:16 PM


Two hints have been offered to Nottingham Forest about potential movement on two summer moves. As Steve Cooper gets his club ready for its first Premier League campaign in 23 years, the Huddersfield duo of Lewis O’Brien and Harry Toffolo have been extensively linked with the Reds. According to reports this week, Forest was prepared to make a double offer of between £10 million and £12 million for the Terriers combination, with Toffolo valued at roughly £2.5 million by Forest because he is in the final year of his contract and O’Brien at around £10 million. Nigel Clough completes his transfer to Nottingham Forest, with the club confirming the physical ahead of the impending transfer. The Terriers, though, are reportedly seeking a sum of about £13 million for O’Brien alone. Both players took part in the play-off championship match versus Forest the previous year. The new season’s preparations for Huddersfield and Forest are now well under way. Today’s preseason matchups between Forest and Barnsley and Huddersfield and Doncaster Rovers are scheduled. Prior to the match, the Terriers announced their team sheet, and on social media, Forest supporters noted O’Brien and Toffolo as two notable absences. Here are some comments that people made after realizing the omissions: Alex (P): No O’Brien or Toffolo NFFC at NFFC RED: Lewis O’Brien not here. hopeful forest bound. Steve Gibson: I saw a few players who aren’t there. Lewis O’Brien and Harry Toffolo won’t be playing for Huddersfield in today’s match at Doncaster, according to Ethan Lamb. It must be just a matter of time until the deal is finalized. No Toffolo and no Lewis O’Brien for the Premier League Reds! They’ve started traveling. #NFFC Would you be content if O’Brien and Toffolo were signed? Please explain in the comments section. With important remarks, Vincent Kompany gives Nottingham Forest transfer hope. READ ON. The Chelsea manager rejects a £30 million transfer to Nottingham Forest Nottingham Forest makes a transfer decision while West Ham bids on Man Utd’s “laughable” James Garner decision. Following the shocking Joe Lolley decision, all Nottingham Forest supporters agree. One location for the most recent Nottingham Forest transfer news

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