A French Under-21 midfielder has been tipped to join a “big club” in the future after rejecting Newcastle in the summer.
The Magpies have only signed one senior player in the recent transfer window, with Joe Willock coming from Arsenal. He was signed for £ 25million after becoming a fan favorite on loan.
Steve bruce also saw young Mexican striker Santiago Munoz arrive at St James’ Park. The 19-year-old is currently training with the U23s before attempting to break into the first team.
Newcastle are known admirers of the Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara. RMC Report that they offered 2.5 million euros to land the starlet on a first loan.
They were also ready to sign him definitively for 15 million euros in 2022, but saw their offer rejected.
Former Marseille star Eric Di Meco has now expressed his joy over the failed transfer, while also predicting a major move in the near future.
He said Provence (Going through Sports witness): “The day after the transfer deadline, I saw that he hadn’t signed anywhere, I opened the champagne! Kamara, I see him playing for a big club and getting really good.
“The way he wins in this team, the personality he has, his ability to get the ball out cleanly even under pressure, his dedication… He has it all, this kid!
Kamara is one of the last young players to leave the Marseille production chain. He is now part of the Marseille first team and is even one of its vice-captains.
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Newcastle eyeing Sheff Utd star
Newcastle hope to sign Sheffield United and Norwegian star Sander Berge, according to reports.
The 23-year-old is a traveling midfielder who is reportedly worth around £ 30million.
Football world championship Write that Newcastle are considering a move in the January transfer window.
They will be looking to get Sheff Utd’s asking price well below £ 30million. Berge has already appeared in the championship six times this season, scoring one goal.
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