While the winter transfer window has not yet opened, behind the scenes, the clubs are working to strengthen their respective workforce in order to perform at best for the end of the season. A situation that Newcastle does not escape, now coached by Eddie Howe. Wishing to densify its current group, and this, in all lines, the new Saudi owners wish to recruit heavy in the coming weeks.
Amanda Staveley, the new boss of the Magpies, explained in an interview with the club’s official website that efforts will be made this winter in terms of recruitment to allow the Toons (19th in the Premier League) to leave the relegation zone . “We are preparing for the January transfer window. It’s not a transfer window where we would like to invest normally because you don’t always get the right deals, but it’s something that’s important right now. ”
Abdou Diallo pleases Newcastle
In the meantime, the newly appointed Eddie Howe begins to know his workforce and wants his leaders to strengthen in defense. According to our information, Abdou Diallo (25 years old, 753 minutes played), under contract until June 2024 with Paris SG, is precisely one of the targets studied by the Magpies. The club now owned by the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF), allied with PCP Capital Partners and brothers David and Simon Reuben, is taking a keen interest in the Parisian.
Striking offensively, solid defensively, athletically reassuring, the former Monegasque, who arrived in Paris in the summer of 2019 from Borussia Dortmund for € 32 million, has proven to be an interesting alternative on the left flank of the Parisian defense. Its versatility gives the left-hander the possibility of evolving also in the axis of the defense. In addition, the Senegalese international (5 capes, 1 goal) feels particularly good at PSG. If the club from the north of England took action in the summer to recruit him, would he have the means to convince him to join them? Case to follow.
Source: Foot Mercato : Info Transferts Football – Actu Foot Transfert by www.footmercato.net.
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