After a productive transfer deadline day in which Newcastle brought in two additions, it has been reported the Magpies missed out on a third in
RB on his new recruits: “They come here with a real desire to do well. Almirón can play in different positions – as a No. 10, as a winger – and he is an offensive player with pace. Barreca is another good option. For a while, we have been looking for a player on this side.” #NUFC pic.twitter.com/82HtLBNfVs— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) February 1, 2019
It beats the £16m they paid Real Madrid for Michael Owen in 2005, and also breaks the MLS transfer record.
Lille are expecting a bid from Manchester City for midfielder Boubakary Soumare (18) who they value at £35m. Lille, who need to raise funds to comply with FFP rules, would prefer to do a deal this month and take Soumare back on loan. [Sky Sports News] pic.twitter.com/wasrEupbUO— City Watch (@City_Watch) January 21, 2018
Soumare, born in France and of