The summer transfer window caused some football clubs to be a lot more cautious than they usually would.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, teams have struggled with their finances - due to a loss of matchday revenue, amongst other things.
Championship clubs would’ve felt the economic crisis much more than teams in the Premier League, for example.
The 24 sides have been forced to look for bargains, in a transfer market where some clubs are desperate to sell their star players.
Nottingham Forest were though active in the window, signing a number of new players including Cyrus Christie, Harry Arter, Jack Colback, Luke Freeman and Anthony Knockaert.
link source - Nottingham Post