The 33-year-old Brazilian joined the Forest recruitment drive on deadline day, signing from the Spanish side on an 18-month deal, and could make his debut against Leeds on Sunday. Felipe is renowned for his competitiveness and made himself known to English fans in recent years when he received red cards in the Champions League against Manchester City for kicking Phil Foden and Liverpool after a bad tackle on Sadio Mane. While the veteran will want to stay on the pitch during his time at the City Ground, he intends to let Premier League strikers know he is there.
Everton beat league leaders Arsenal in Dyche’s first game in charge.
Haaland has made a stunning impact at Manchester City, scoring 31 goals in just 27 appearances in all competitions since joining the club last summer. It is a remarkable statistic but the 22-year-old, who also boasted prolific records at past clubs RB Salzburg and Borussia Dortmund, does not yet see himself as the finished article. Guardiola expects Haaland to study the games of other players in order to work on his own skill set.