NUcastle United wants to land Seville protect Diego Carlos, but the Andalusians rejected a new and improved second proposal from forty.
As it became known to MARCA, the Premier League team has put forward a proposal in the amount of 25 million euros. Seville not interested in selling their key center-back.
Diego Carlos has an exemption clause set at 80 million euros and reports in England say the maximum price they are willing to pay for a Brazilian is around 40-45 million euros.
Despite the fact that Newcastle was transferred to the Saudi Arabian State Investment Fund (FIP), Newcastle is unwilling to invest heavily in January, preferring instead to wait until summer.
Seville will likely resist any approach in the January window given the lack of replacement options, although they may want to do business later.