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Five strikers Nottingham Forest could target in January transfer window

Nottingham Post Friday, 22 November 2019 ()
Five strikers Nottingham Forest could target in January transfer windowLatest Nottingham Forest transfer news | The Reds could look to strengthen in the striker department when the transfer window opens in the New Year as they aim to keep their promotion charge going.
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