In order to remedy the holes in their roster, Newcastle United plans to enter the transfer market the following month.
The injuries have taken a toll on the Magpies, and their recent form decline may push them to enter the transfer market.
The teams are now leery of having to abide by the Financial Fair Play regulations following Everton’s recent penalties.
The Blues received a 10-point deduction for breaking the financial regulations, and as a result, teams all throughout the nation are now exercising caution while handling their financial records.
Newcastle has adopted a shrewd strategy to player acquisition, investing in youthful talent such as Anthony Gordon, Tino Livramento, and Lewis Hall while also bringing in some cheap acquisitions of established Premier League players like Dan Burn, Kieran Trippier, and Nick Pope.
Four players have been highlighted by Match90mins that the Magpies may try to sign for a low price and without violating any regulations.
Eddie Howe may give the Bournemouth center-back some consideration during the next transfer window. With his recent exploits, the 25-year-old has captured the attention of several major teams, including Tottenham, AC Milan, and Napoli.
Due to Sven Botman’s latest injury, Howe has been forced to rely on the ageing Fabian Schar and Jamaal Lascelles, which is making Newcastle’s defensive problems worse.
The Nigerian midfielder has experience playing in the Premier League. He has been playing for Leicester City in the Championship in fantastic form. The previous Premier League winners will make their first-ever return to the Premier League.
With six months left on his deal, he might be the one to support their more attacking options, such as Bruno Guimaraes, Joe Willock, and Joelinton, by providing defensive protection in the midfield.
The Daily Mail claims that the Frenchman’s release clause is just for £21.9 million. Griezmann is a better player than Callum Wilson, who is unpredictable, and he would give Alexander Isak the much-needed support in the attack.