Newcastle United intends to move quickly to the winter transfer offensive. Six players have been replaced

The new management of Newcastle United wants to efficiently approach the topic of strengthening the team in the winter window. The Telegraph writes about the aims of Magpies.

Sports media from all over Europe wrote about Newcastle’s transfer targets in recent weeks. The Saudi Investment Fund can afford great strengthening and attracting players from the absolute top, but such moves are unlikely to be expected in winter. In the nearest window, the English club should focus on attracting players who will help them stay in the Premier League and whose acquisition will not involve long negotiations.

Ross Barkley is on the Newcastle radar with 230 appearances in the English league. The 27-year-old midfielder is committed to playing regularly and cannot count on it at Chelsea. When it comes to midfielders, 25-year-old Harry Winks, who has similar problems with appearances in Tottenham, is also connected with “Magpies”.

Who else? Newcastle still likes Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard, whose contract expires after the season, but it is not yet known how the “Red Devils” will handle his potential transfer in winter. Added to this are Liverpool defender Nathaniel Phillips, Burnley defender James Tarkowski and Atlético Madrid right-back Kieran Trippier.

Each of them is to arouse interest in St James’ Park, which does not mean, of course, that they will all end up there.

The Telegraph adds that Premier League clubs are unlikely to have a problem doing business with Newcastle, some sources have suggested some time ago.

About David Martin

David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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