Newcastle Magpies aim to move for £330,000-a-week ‘world-class talent’PIF and Eddie Howe have their eyes on a new striker for January.
NewcastleUnited are interested in signing a big man in January, but there are also two other clubs interested in bringing him to the Premier League.
The Magpies are already assessing their options in the transfer market for next year and have been linked with two midfielders in Manchester City’s Kalvin Phillips and Juventus’ Adrien Rabiot, but are also looking at potential reinforcements in the final third.
PIFand Eddie Howe have reportedly set their sights on Borussia Dortmund winger Jamie Bynoe-Gittens and Bayern Munich striker Leroy Sane, but if they fail to secure either of these stars in Germany, the hierarchy could lose their their attention and focus on France.
In April, Paris Saint Germain right winger Ousmane Dembele was linked with a move to the North East as his representative held talks with the Magpies when he flew to England to watch a match at Sunderland, but instead made he eventually transfers to the Parc Des Princes (90min).
However, the Ligue 1 star has made an impressive start in his homeland, having established himself as Luis Enrique’s third best performing player so far this season, with a match rating of 7.47 (WhoScored – PSG Stats), which is again a success.
put him on the radar at St. James’ Park.Ousmane Dembélé transfer update According to Spanish reports (via CaughtOffside), sharing an Ousmane Dembélé transfer update, Newcastle, Arsenal and Chelsea are all monitoring the striker’s situation at PSG ahead of January.
TheTynesiders “could look to make a move” at the start of the new year as they look to strengthen their position in the final third in particular, but as mentioned they will have to fend off interest from their high-profile top players. flee rivals.
Howmany goals has Ousmane Dembele scored? Since the start of his career, Dembélé has made 134 contributions, 72 assists and scored 62 goals in 273 appearances
(Transfermarkt stats – Dembélé), and his prolific form has made him described as a “world-class talent” by football scouts Jacek Kulig.Sponsored by Nike, the two-footed top player has a strong desire to create chances for his teammates, even if the ball doesn’t always hit the back of the net.
So far this season he has scored 37 crosses, more than any of his colleagues. (FBRef – PSG Statistics).
Ousmane Dembele’s strengthsOusmane Dembélé’s weaknesses Hold the ballAerial duels Ride Defensive contribution Key cards(Data via Who Scored) Inter section Passing balls Dribbling Further more, Enrique, who earns £330,000 a week (PSG wages), already knows what it takes to compete and succeed at the highest level, having won ten trophies for both club and country since entering the professional scene, including winning of the 2018 World Cup.
Therefore, Dembele will possess the same winning mentality as the current Newcastle squad, so should the opportunity arise, this really is a no-brainer for the hierarchy to pursue in January.