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This season, Newcastle United has paid the price for failing to bring in enough depth during the summer transfer window. While injuries have slowed them down, the Magpies’ poor planning in their first Champions League season under Eddie Howe has left them fighting for form in all competitions. Newcastle, now that they have exited both European competition and the Carabao Cup, may turn their attention to Premier League development and the January transfer market.

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Having said that, speculations claim that St James’ Park are contemplating a move to recruit one specific player, who might finally solve their depth problem in attack by next month.Newcastle transfer updates
Bringing in Sandro Tonali, Harvey Barnes, Tino Livramento, and Lewis Hall seemed like sound Newcastle business at the time. But it now appears to be anything but. Tonali is serving a 10-month ban for violating betting regulations, Barnes is out with an injury, and Hall is battling to break into the side, leaving just Livramento to play a key part among players who arrived in the summer window. Newcastle will hope to prevent such a calamity when next month arrives.

Newcastle have entered the race to sign Lille forward Jonathan David, according to Marco Conterio, and have already made contact to test the waters with the Ligue 1 side over a prospective transfer.

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The striker was previously linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur, with Fabrizio Romano reporting that David’s asking price may be as high as £52 million.With that price unlikely to have suddenly decreased, it appears that if Newcastle wants to enhance its offensive options in January, they’ll have to spend big once more, making the window even more intriguing.”Quality” David can battle for a spot with Isak.
Given Alexander Isak’s recent injury history, David could be the ideal replacement for Howe and Newcastle. The Magpies are searching for a solid alternative to lead the line, and Callum Wilson’s injury record is even worse than that of his fellow Newcastle forward, giving Howe quite a worry. Even though he isn’t having his best season in France, David’s statistics demonstrate that he is more than capable of keeping up with the two.Newcastle, along with Crystal Palace, are leading the fight to sign Juventus star Matias Soule in January, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport. The Argentine is reputedly worth €25 million (£22 million) and could now see his loan spell at Frosinone cut short in favor of a move to the Premier League. Soule, who is only 20 years old, has a lot of promise, and with Juventus wanting to raise finances, Newcastle might come storming in. When the winter window opens, the right winger will undoubtedly be one to watch.”Impressive” Almiron would benefit from the addition of Soule.
While Soule is only 20 years old, he is already demonstrating that he is more than capable of stepping up for a top side, which might lead to Newcastle turning to him in the wake of Miguel Almiron’s troubles. The current Magpies winger has only scored three goals in 17 Premier League games this season, exemplifying Newcastle’s lack of spark throughout the season. Soule, on the other hand, can add that spark. This season, compare Soule’s stats to Almiron’s.

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