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Championship club Nottingham Forest have confirmed the appointment of Mark Warburton as first-team manager on a two-and-a-half year deal.
Gary Brazil was due to be in charge until the end of the current campaign, but recent results have left Forest perilously close to the relegation zone, prompting the move to be brought forward.
The club website also confirmed David Weir would be joining Warburton as his assistant, with the duo set to be in the dugout against Derby County on Saturday—who have also just named a new manager in Gary Rowett.
Warburton was previously in charge of Brentford, taking them from League One to the Championship play-offs, and more recently Rangers, leaving the Scottish club only last month.
Nottingham Forest are in talks with former Rangers and Brentford boss Mark Warburton, Press Association Sport understands.
His appointment as manager could even be finalised in the next 48 hours, with Reds owner and chairman Fawaz Al Hasawi thought to be keen to have Warburton in charge for Saturday's home clash against east midlands rivals Derby.
With academy boss Gary Brazil initially expected to remain in interim charge until the end of the season, Warburton had been earmarked as a summer target following the appointment of Frank McParland as director of football but those plans have been rushed forward after Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Burton left Forest just two points above the Championship relegation zone.
McParland and Warburton worked together at Rangers before their departure from Ibrox last month, with the Glasgow club claiming the pair resigned - allegations which were denied by McParland and Warburton.
Nicklas Bendtner has left Nottingham Forest for Norwegian champions Rosenborg, both clubs have announced.
The 29-year-old Denmark forward has put pen to paper on a three-year deal after joining RBK for an undisclosed fee.
Bendtner played 17 times for Forest, with the last of his two goals coming in the 2-1 victory over Newcastle in December.
The Sky Bet Championship outfit confirmed the move on their official website, while Rosenborg posted on Twitter: "Rosenborg have a 3 year contract with Nicklas Bendtner."
Bendtner was an Arsenal player from 2005 to 2014, during which time he had loan spells with Birmingham, Sunderland and Juventus.
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Nottingham Forest have added extra firepower by signing Ross McCormack on loan from Aston Villa.
McCormack was unpopular with Villa boss Steve Bruce following his non-attendance for training, so was happy to allow the striker to leave.