Transfer news & rumours LIVE: A shock return?! Newcastle eyeing surprise swoop for Lukaku

Posted Friday, December 01, 2023 by

A shock return?! Newcastle eyeing surprise swoop for Lukaku

Transfer news & rumours LIVE: A shock return?! Newcastle eyeing surprise swoop for Lukaku

Newcastle are eyeing a surprise swoop for former Chelsea and Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku, according to Belgian outlet Voetbalkrant.

The Magpies see Lukaku as an ideal addition to bolster their attacking options for the next season, who can also provide competition to in-form players Alexander Isak and Callum Wilson.

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Genoa centre-back Radu Dragusin is reportedly in extremely advanced discussions to join Manchester United in January, according to Romanian publication ProSport. The 21-year-old is of particular interest to the Red Devils, who consider him the perfect player to fill the gaps in their defence. However, they will have competition from Barcelona and AC Milan, as well as their Premier League rivals Arsenal, Tottenham, and Newcastle. These five suitors have already requested information on how to complete a deal.

Arsenal sent message by Sacha Boey

Edu, the transfer coordinator for Arsenal, was probably watching closely Wednesday night as Manchester United and Galatasaray played out an exciting tie. One player in particular, Sacha Boey, showed that he could compete with a side of elite Premier League players.

Therefore, a transfer for Boey might provide Gunners manager Mikel Arteta with a player who is in his element while bombing up and down the touchline, and a component his squad is presently lacking. The Sun claims that both Arsenal and United have scouted the young player, who may fetch up to £22 million.

Chelsea are ready to pull plug on Andrey Santos loan

Chelsea will reportedly pull the plug on Andrey Santos' loan deal as the youngster has endured a nightmare loan spell at Nottingham Forest, with the 19-year-old having played just seven minutes of Premier League football this season. And the Blues are ready to bring Santos back to Stamford Bridge at the turn of the year in order to avoid harming his development, according to Fabrizio Romano.

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