NEwcastle United fans are counting down the days until the January transfer window opens, and with it, the Saudi State Investment Fund will have its first opportunity to use some of its huge fortune on new contracts.
Departure prevention is a priority in the 2021/22 season, and after appointment Eddie Howe As a coach, the club hierarchy plans to support him in the January window, where five goals have already been identified.
The German midfielder will be the most difficult to sign for Newcastle United, although they plan to explore the possibility of getting him signed anyway.
The former Bayern Munich star has two years left before Real Madrid ends and has made it clear that he intends to leave Los Blancos, but there is a chance Newcastle could offer Florentino Perez a transfer fee from which he cannot refuse.
Defensive fears will force the forty to look at Bayern Munich’s central midfielder, another move that will take some work.
However, it will not be as problematic as signing Kroos, despite the fact that the defender gets regular minutes with the Bavarian club.
A substantial economic supply could tempt Bayern Munich to sell, especially with the promising Tanguy Nianzu, who is moving up the club’s career ladder.
Van de Beek
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer distrusts the Dutch midfielder and has only given him 150 minutes this season.
The midfielder cost Manchester United approximately € 40 million, but has instructed his agent to work on a possible entry into the winter market.
Few clubs can come close to the fee that United paid Ajax for a player, but the Reds may hope to take advantage of Newcastle’s newfound wealth.
Despite Solskjaer’s insistence that Lingard was extremely important in the summer when he was a tradable asset, the English playmaker only played 160 minutes, 10 more than Van de Beek.
His desire to play in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar could accelerate the price decline in January, although with his contract expiring in June, Newcastle would be wise not to offer too much.
Howe worked with a defender at Bournemouth, although he didn’t spend many minutes at the time, his development at Aston Villa was exceptional.
He has gained Premier League experience and is a leader on the defensive, and will bring immense strength to the Sorok’s ailing defensive line.