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Newcastle are reportedly interested in a deal to sign Abdul Mumin from Vitoria this month.According to the Daily Mail, the Magpies are keeping tabs on the central defender ahead of a potential swoop for him this month.
Newcastle United is Hope to make Robin Gosens, Atalanta, his last January rookie and prepares an offer to the series of Serie A.
after obtaining Kieran Tripier from the Atletico Madrid and Chris Wood of Burnley This winter, the magpies have already started spending under the leadership of their rich owners and Robin Gosens is the next player on their list of targets. SKY Sport Italia reports that the Premier League club could make a formal offer this month to try to attract Gosens far from Bergamo, where he played the Champions League in the last three seasons.
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'Newcastle making headway' with deal for £30m rising starThe 19-year-old has been strongly linked with a move to Newcastle and Jones is confident that Eddie Howe's side are on the right track to sign him.
Increased salary for Gosens
It is believed that a transfer in northeastern England would increase the salary of the German at around 3.5 million euros per year, is more than three times what he currently affects atalanta. Other reports in Italy indicate that Atalanta does not intend to leave Gosens leave the club in January. The leaders of Bergamo expect him to come back from his wound in the next two weeks.
Newcastle ‘looking promising’ as pundit changes mind over relegation .
“If they had lost to Leeds it would have been a moody, strict trip. Now they’ve won that game it can be a bit more relaxed."Former Aston Villa striker Gabby Agbonlahor thought Newcastle would get relegated, but he is having a rethink on that. After Newcastle’s crucial 1-0 win over Leeds last time out, Eddie Howe’s men set off for Saudi Arabia.