Newcastle United are interested in signing a “special” attacking player when the January transfer window opens, with Eddie Howe previously admitting he is a fan.
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The Magpies have been creeping towards the winter months in recent weeks, with some of their performances in the Premier League, Champions League and EFL Cup showing signs of fatigue.
Newcastle’s injured team seems to have caught up with them due to their busy schedule. Kieran Trippier is not feeling well. A perfect example of their current struggles.
With a number of players recently linked with a move to St James’ Park, supporters will be keen to see new signings arrive come January and give Howe the extra depth he so desperately needs. It may be.
Sporting CP’s defender seems to be attracting attention at centre-back. Gonzalo Inacio He has always been linked with a move to Newcastle, and players higher up the pitch are also considered targets.
VfB Stuttgart striker in attack Selhou Girasi It is the shape of his life, He has scored 17 goals in just 12 Bundesliga games this season.And he’s one of those guys who can take some of the load off the likes of Callum Wilson and Alexander Isaac.
Newcastle sign Hugo Ekitike
According to new transfer updates from L’Equipe(via one football) Newcastle are hot. Paris Saint-Germain to sign striker Hugo Ekitike In January. But getting a deal over the line may not be easy as the Magpies face competition from Lyon.
In the past, Howe He even openly admitted that he values the Frenchman as a player, despite missing out on the summer of 2022, saying:
“It’s no secret that we really liked Hugo and we worked hard to make that deal happen. He’s a very talented player and he decided to go to PSG. I don’t have any hard feelings towards him and I wish him all the best in his next step.”I really wish him the best. ”
Ekitike could be a very ideal signing for Newcastle, joining a team with a lot of potential and eventually establishing himself as a key man.
The 21-year-old played alongside the likes of Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar at PSG and will hope to have learned from his iconic teammates. 4 goals and assists each He played in 33 games and left his mark.
The fact that both Wilson and Isak are injury-prone highlights the need to sign another attacking player, and with the former now in his 30s, Ekitike should be able to replace him in a timely manner. may be seen as someone who can.He has also been praised by former Reims manager. oscar garcia Who has said this about him in the past?
“He has something very special. He is young and has the qualities to be a very good player. He is a young man with many qualities, but there are also many things to improve, but training I am working hard on it.”
Newcastle ready to make offer to sign ‘extraordinary’ player
PIF will guarantee him a high salary.
Newcastle need to constantly plan for the future if they are to continue to grow as a club, and Ekitike at St James’ Park could be seen as a key part of that.