Here are your Cardiff City headlines for Saturday, January 27.

Forest line up new 'keeper

Nottingham Forest are reportedly lining up a new goalkeeper amid strong interest from Cardiff in their shot-stopper Ethan Horvath.

WalesOnline understands that Cardiff have made their admiration for the USA international known earlier in the window and are still keen on adding the goalkeeper before Thursday's deadline.

And Horvath looks even closer to the exit door at the City Ground, with Fabrizio Romano reporting that Nuno Espirito Santo wants Péter Gulácsi from RB Leipzig.

Horvath won back-to-back promotions with Nottingham Forest and Luton Town, however is out in the cold now he is back at the former and is not included in their squad this season. A move away looks almost certain in the coming days, which would likely see Alex Runarsson return to Arsenal.

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Tsunoda makes Kortrijk debut

New Cardiff signing Ryotaro Tsunoda made his debut for loan club KV Kortrijk today.

At time of writing, Tsunoda is the only player Cardiff have signed this month but was immediately loaned out to Vincent Tan-owned KVK in Belgium.

And supporters got a first glimpse of him today as he lined up at centre-back, with fellow Bluebirds Sheyi Ojo and Isaak Davies also named in the team, too, for the game against OH Leuven.

Tsunoda was among Kortrijk's top players during the goalless draw, registering an impressive score of 7.4/10 on WhoScored, the second highest rating on his team. He won two aerial duels, made five tackles, succeeded in all six ground duels and played 12 passes into the final third from centre-back during his debut outing.

Davies and Ojo were both taken off in the second half, on the 68-minute mark.

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Eli King makes bow at Celtic

Another big day out for one of Cardiff's on-loan men was Eli King's Ross County debut.

King's first game for his new team was against Scottish giants Celtic in Parkhead. Derek Adams named the Wales youth international, who donned the No.18, in midfield against the Scottish Premiership leaders.

The 21-year-old played 80 minutes before being replaced and registered a pass success rate of 84 percent and a score of 6.6/10 on WhoScored.

Ross County fell to a 1-0 defeat, with Alistair Johnstone scoring in the opening minute of the match.