Players Newcastle Can Buy
When the transfer window opens, Newcastle will not act as usual. The eternally thrifty club is ready to finally strengthen its roster with the strongest players in Europe. Jamie Redknapp recently said Newcastle needed a large transfer window during which the Magpies could buy a few players to build their new team on.
Who will come to Newcastle in winter? There are now many players who will be ready to join the team with such good perspectives and money. Wanna guess who will be the first to come to Newcastle? Try 22Bet website, where you can only make live bet.
Filipe Coutinho (Barcelona)
Perhaps it would be a transfer similar to when City signed Robinho. Like Robinho, Filipe Coutinho is a technical Brazilian. And just like Robinho, Coutinho may not guarantee success, as his form has been poor for a long time.
Given their financial situation, Barcelona are happy to sell a high-paid player, so Coutinho may well change his residence in the winter. We must not forget that the Brazilian had previously played his best football in the Premier League. However, Coutinho is unsure of himself and may not be a player around whom to build a new team.
Frank Kessier (Milan)
Milan are gradually gaining strength, and Franck Kessier helped a lot in this. However, the midfielder’s future is currently the subject of much speculation as Kessier is reportedly in no rush to sign a new deal with the Rossoneri.
Kessier would greatly enhance Newcastle United’s midfield. The Ivorian would be the kind of player around whom the Magpies can build a Champions League-level team. Unlike Coutinho, this is a purchase for the future.
Lautaro Martinez (Inter)
If Newcastle wants to make some noise in January, they may try to lure Lautaro Martinez away. Considered one of the best strikers in Serie A, the Argentine may well leave Inter, with whom he never signed a new contract. Rumors about his future have been circulating for a long time.
Martinez may have been to Barcelona and Manchester City earlier and his standards are high. It is likely that he will not move to a team outside of the Champions League. But if the Magpies can guarantee him a central place in the strong team of the future, then who knows.