USMNT’s Matt Turner Set to Be Replaced at Forest: Transfer Talks

The article brings us up to date with the latest buzz, rumors, and completed deals in the European winter transfer window. The top story revolves around Nottingham Forest’s aim to replace U.S. men’s national team goalkeeper Matt Turner with RB Leipzig goalkeeper Péter Gulácsi. The potential transfer could be difficult due to Leipzig’s reluctance to let their reserve goalkeeper leave. The article also features other transfer rumors and potential moves involving Atletico Madrid, Juventus, Manchester United, Liverpool, AC Milan, and much more. This comprehensive coverage of ongoing transfer activities adds great value to fans and enthusiasts wanting to stay informed about the latest in the soccer world.
It is noted that the winter transfer window is currently open in Europe, and there are numerous moves in progress with rumors in circulation. Transfer Talk provides the latest updates on speculations, signings, departures, and, of course, done deals!

HEADLINE: Nottingham Forest Targets Replacement for USMNT’s Turner in January

Nottingham Forest aims to secure the services of a goalkeeper in the final days of the January transfer window, potentially replacing U.S. men’s national team No. 1, Matt Turner, as reported by Fabrizio Romano.

The club has been actively pursuing a deal for RB Leipzig goalkeeper Péter Gulácsi, leading to discussions between the Premier League and Bundesliga clubs regarding the 33-year-old Hungarian international. However, the completion of the transfer may prove challenging for Forest, as Leipzig shows reluctance to let go of their reserve goalkeeper.

Gulacsi, who joined Leipzig from RB Salzburg in 2015, has made only three appearances this season, none of which were in Bundesliga, after losing his starting position to Janis Blaswich. With the signing of a new goalkeeper on the horizon, concerns have emerged about Turner’s capabilities as Forest’s No. 1, particularly focusing on his use of his feet.

Manager Nuno Espirito Santo’s reign saw Turner lose his starting spot for five Premier League games, only regaining his position upon the arrival of the new manager.

Nottingham Forest appears to be in pursuit of a new option in goal, suggesting that a replacement for Turner may be imminent before the January transfer window draws to a close.


– Atletico Madrid’s loan move for Juventus striker Moise Kean is currently on hold due to the delay in Ángel Correa’s departure, according to Calciomercato.

– Manchester United and Liverpool are eyeing KRC Genk’s 19-year-old attacking midfielder, Bilal El Khannouss, as both clubs believe him to be a key player for the future, reports Football Transfers.

– Bologna striker Joshua Zirkzee is AC Milan’s primary target for the summer transfer window, with the Serie A club aiming to bring in a youthful forward.

– Brighton & Hove Albion is engaged in discussions with Leicester City regarding a move for Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, despite the negotiations over the 25-year-old midfielder’s transfer fee being ongoing.

– VfB Stuttgart is monitoring Porto midfielder Marko Grujic, with the Serbia international seeking more playing time to fulfill his ambitions of participating at the Euros this summer, according to Sky Sports Deutschland.