Newcastle United has become the fashionable club in recent years around the world. The Premier League approved the sale of the club to a Saudi consortium led by the country's crown prince, Mohamed Bin Salman, which has a heritage that makes fans dream of big signings in the next markets and create a squad capable of fighting for winning the Premier League in the next few years.
The rumors around the club have started to sound strongly because, beyond not having the intention of making many crazy expenses, the new owners of the Newcastle have the intention of assembling a squad capable of meeting the objectives set from their arrival.
As it transpired after collecting data from the British media, Newcastle United intends to go shopping at Old Trafford, and Barcelona, to incorporate four top-level players who are not comfortable at the club due to their few minutes of play in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's rotation. To them, a fifth element would be added, which would leave the Camp Nou.
-Donny Van de Beek: The Dutchman is not having minutes and has asked to leave, although the club itself ruled out his departure from Everton in the summer.
-Jesse Lingard: He has become an interesting replacement, but he wants to start again to show an important performance as he did at West Ham.
-Anthony Martial: The arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo has lowered him considerably in the consideration of Solskjaer. He has asked to leave the club in winter.
-Eric Bailly: The arrival of Raphael Varane has lowered him to being the fourth option in the rotation at the rear, making it an interesting selling option.
- Philippe Coutinho: The Brazilian player was hired by Barcelona as a winger, a position in which he shone with Liverpool, but never fully settled in that position.