IN PICTURES: Nottingham Forest's 10 memorable January transfer deadline day deals

As the clock ticks down towards the end of the January transfer window, take a look back at some of the most memorable deadline day deals done by Nottingham Forest.

Thursday, 31st January 2019, 7:00 am
Updated Thursday, 31st January 2019, 8:43 am
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The Reds have raised a few eyebrows through the years, with both ins and outs, since the transfer window began. Sourced from data.

The midfielder rejoined Forest on January transfer deadline day of 2018. Aitor Karanka brought the Algerian international back to the City Ground from one of his former clubs, Middlesbrough. Produced some dynamic displays.
The exciting winger arrived at Forest from Premier League Huddersfield Town on the same day as Guedioura in 2018, as Karanka reshaped the squad. Shone so far this season.
Attacking midfielder Clough signed for Forest from Bolton Wanderers in between the management reigns of Philippe Montanier and Mark Warburton in 2017. Split opinion following a bright start.
The winger, signed from Chesterfield, is yet to make a first team appearance for Forest in the two years since he signed forms. Currently out on loan Motherwell, having spent last season at MK Dons and Northampton Town.
Bought by Forest in January 2014 having initially signed a season-long loan deal from Hull City at the beginning of that season. Forest moved amid strong interest from Reading. Injuries hampered his progress. Now at Bolton.
Sold to Chelsea just 24 hours after Wes Morgan was snapped up by Leicester City, as the club cut its cloth in January 2012. A teenage prospect, Bamford had only made two sub appearances for the Reds but had shone in the FA Youth Cup.
Signed to bolster the Reds' strike force from Real Salt Lake in January 2011, the USA international struggled to find his feet on the banks of the River Trent. Released two years later to rejoin Real Salt Lake.
Winger plucked from non-league Bromley in January 2008, with Forest in League One. Took a while to settle but came to life in 2012, scoring nine goals in the second half of the season to earn a move to Reading.
A product of Forest's youth system, Reid made his first team breakthrough under David Platt but was at his best under Paul Hart. Caught the eye of Tottenham Hotspur in January 2005. One half of an 8m windfall for the Reds.
The central defender was another one to come through Forest's youth ranks. Thrived next to Des Walker and was part of the deal with Reid to join Spurs. Played and captained at the top with club and country. Rejoined last summer.