This summer, Nottingham Forest is making some serious changes.
This summer, the Tricky Trees returned to the Premier League for the first time in over 20 years, and they are doing everything they can to ensure they remain in the top flight for theforeseeable future.
Forest has been one of England's most busy teams during this summer transfer window, and they aren't done yet.
Despite 18 months of links to West Ham, Jesse Lingard might be on his way to the City Ground, according to the Daily Mail, another Hammers target might be snapped up by the East Midlands outfit.
The Daily Mail reports that the Reds may now look for Watford forward Emmanuel Dennis to strengthen their attack.
Forest needs some additional depth up front. Yes, Taiwo Awoniyi has been signed, but the departures of Lewis Grabban, Keinan Davis, and Phillip Zinckernagel have left them somewhat short in the attack.
Dennis might be heading to Trentside, and there's reason to believe this might be a fantastic signing.
At Watford last season, the Nigerian made an outstanding start in the Premier League, and while he slowed down towards the end of the campaign, he finished the season with a very acceptable ten goals.
Dennis might be able to replicate that form for Forest next term, and while he wouldnt be cheap at a reported 25 million, he might be well worth the investment if he can hit double figures again.