Newcastle transfer news and rumours

Ciro Immobile – The forward has claimed he was the recipient of an enquiry from the Saudi-led consortium that were attempting to buy Newcastle before the deal fell through (Express, August 12)
Ryan Sessegnon – Newcastle will offer the left back a way out of his Tottenham limbo as Steve Bruce pursues a plan to buy British – and in bulk (Sun, August 11).
Jeff Hendrick – Newcastle are set to win the race to sign the ex-Burnley midfielder (Guardian, August 11).

Harry Wilson – Leeds are eyeing up a £15m move for the Liverpool winger, but face competition from Aston Villa and Newcastle (Sun, August 7).

Callum Wilson and Jeff Hendrick – Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce is keen to add British players to his squad this summer including Wilson and Hendrick (Daily Mail, August 9)
West Ham have joined Newcastle in considering a bid for Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson, while both clubs are among a quartet of sides keen on signing his team-mate David Brooks (Sky Sports, July 29).

Josh King and David Brooks – Newcastle are planning a raid on relegated Bournemouth and are interested in the Cherries attackers (Telegraph, August 5)..
Rogerio – Newcastle are interested in signing Sassuolo’s Brazilian left back this summer (Sky in Italy, August 2)

Demarai Gray – Newcastle are among the clubs keeping a close eye on the winger’s situation at Leicester (Telegraph, July 27).

John McGinn – Steve Bruce is planning to raid his former club Aston Villa if they are relegated with a move for the Scotland midfielder (Star, July 18).Wilfried Zaha – The Crystal Palace forward is being chased by Newcastle, Everton, Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich (Mail, July 16).

Philippe Coutinho – Barcelona remain intent on offloading the former Liverpool star this summer and have reportedly offered the Brazilian to Arsenal and Newcastle (Mirror, July 15).
Federico Chiesa – Newcastle are set to rival Manchester United for the Fiorentina winger (Sun, July 11).

Wout Weghorst – Arsenal and Newcastle are set for a bidding war this summer over highly rated Wolfsburg striker Weghorst (Star, July 2); The Dutch frontman is thought to be available this summer, despite scoring at least 16 goals in each of his last four season both in the Bundesliga and with AZ Alkmaar (Star, July 1).

Danny Rose – Newcastle are in talks to extend the left back’s loan from Spurs (Sky Sports, June 1); Tottenham are willing to extend the full back’s loan at Newcastle for him to complete the campaign at St James’ Park (Telegraph, May 29).
Mauricio Pochettino – Mauricio Pochettino says he would be open to managing a Premier League club outside the top six and is eager to return to management either in England or abroad (Sky Sports, May 22); Newcastle will have to pay Tottenham £12.5m if they appoint the Argentine as manager this month – but they can sign him for nothing after May 31 (ESPN, May 5); Newcastle’s prospective new owners have made the Argentine their number one choice to be the next manager at St. James’ Park and are willing to pay him £19m a year to take charge (Sky Sports, April 29).

Rafa Benitez – The Spaniard is keen to make an emotional return to St. James’ Park under a new Saudi Arabian-backed ownership (Daily Telegraph, May 25); The former Magpies boss has been identified as an alternative if first choice Pochettino is unavailable (Sky Sports, April 29).

The latest players linked with a Newcastle exit…
Allan Saint-Maximin – Arsenal and Napoli are keen on the Newcastle forward (Le10Sport, July 5). PSG have joined a “growing list of clubs” keen on Saint-Maximin after his impressive debut season in the Premier League (Mail, July 4).

Matty Longstaff – Leeds are plotting a move for the midfielder given his contract stand-off at St James’ Park (Telegraph, August 3); German club Schalke have joined the race to sign the unsettled Newcastle midfielder (Star, July 26); Newcastle will make a final plea with the 20-year-old to sign a contract extension before his current temporary deal expires (Independent, July 19); The 20-year-old, who has been earning just £850 per week on an academy contract at Newcastle, could leave St James’ Park after the Italian club offered him a £30,000 per-week, five-year deal, along with a bumper signing-on fee (Sky Sports).

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