Newcastle reportedly ‘retain an interest’ in Alexander Isak having unsuccessful with a bid for him last thirty day period, with the Actual Sociedad star between a trio of striker targets for the Magpies.
Isak has been the matter of speculation above a shift to the Premier League for more than a calendar year owning been heavily linked with a move to Arsenal very last summer time.
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The Gunners were being reportedly back in for the Sweden global in January but their signing of Gabriel Jesus finished their pursuit.
Newcastle have due to the fact emerged as the major Leading League suitors for the 22-yr-aged with a report last month boasting the club hierarchy has ‘unanimously agreed’ to start a club-record bid.
It’s believed they did supply about £40m at the time which was rejected by the La Liga facet, who reportedly needed a charge closer to £50m.
It was claimed Toon bosses wanted a structured deal which would see them fork out a large chunk of the proposed price for Isak subsequent summer time, to give them additional overall flexibility in the present window, which could also have place Sociedad off.
According to Chronicle, Newcastle ‘retain an interest’ in Isak but have two further more strikers on their shortlist this summer months.
Atalanta striker Luis Muriel is of desire but the Colombia striker is claimed to be ready for an method for Juventus, and they are also monitoring Benfica’s Goncalo Ramos.
As effectively as a striker, Newcastle are also in the marketplace for a playmaker, but have received nowhere in their pursuit of James Maddison, who is claimed to want a move to Spurs or Arsenal, or in their bid to land Anthony Gordon from Everton, with Frank Lamapard desperate to hold maintain of the academy graduate.
And a surprise report on Wednesday claimed they are now in ‘pole position’ to land Tottenham wantaway Tanguy Ndombele.
Tottenham want rid of the Frenchman, who ‘wants to give himself each chance’ of earning France’s Planet Cup squad for Qatar 2022.
The Magpies are ‘the hottest’ on Ndombele but have ‘not despatched an offer, for the moment’. On the other hand, ‘the file is incredibly active powering the scenes’.
A probable stumbling block could be the selling price with Tottenham demanding £42m for the midfielder – who is at present teaching absent from the to start with team squad along with three teammates – as they want to recoup most of the £54m charge they compensated for him.