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Transfer latest: Werner, Broja and more …



As the new season looms, Premier League clubs are looking to wrap up their transfer business as quick as possible. As for Newcastle United, the signings of Nick Pope, Matt Targett and Sven Botman have been vital, but there is still plenty of time for more additions at St James Park.


Christian Falk, Head of Football at Sport Bild, tweeted this yesterday morning:



With sources also reporting the interest in Werner and other attacking players it looks like Eddie Howe is still looking for more options before the end of the transfer window. 


Timo Werner signed for Chelsea in the summer of 2020 for a fee shy of 50 million Euros. The German has only managed to score 10 goals in the Premier League since signing, not ideal numbers when you’re after a top Premier League striker. However, his movement in the penalty box and his ability to naturally create and put players in better positions, on top of the fact he can also play off the striker on the left-hand side, proves Newcastle’s interest to be understandable.


There has been quite a mixed response from Magpie fans on the addition of Timo Werner, primarily positive as one fan made the point of ex-Chelsea players who have been more successful since leaving such as Mo Salah and Kevin De Bruyne. A trend that Werner could follow …



In other news, Thomas Tuchel has played down talk of Armando Broja leaving Chelsea this summer, he said, “I don’t expect him to leave,” “I’m aware of the offers and aware of the interest. We will make a decision together, the owner and me and the player” (SkySports)


So, regarding Broja, it doesn’t look like he’ll be going anywhere this summer. But, who else have the Toon been interested in?


  • According to (, Newcastle have entered into talks with PSG attacking midfielder Julian Draxler. The German signed in Paris back in 2017 for just over 30 million pounds and has never really reached his full potential. According to sources, PSG want close to the price they paid for Draxler who just recently signed a new contract until 2024 but has struggled to find minutes on the pitch with the likes of Lionel Messi, Mbappe and Neymar to compete with. 


  • ( are reporting that Newcastle have joined the race with other Premier League clubs to sign Strasbourg striker Ludovic Ajorque. The 6ft 5, French forward scored 12 goals in Ligue 1 last season and 16 the season before. 


He recently scored both goals in Strasbourg’s 2-2 pre-season friendly draw. According to ( Ajorque’s current market value is £14.40million.


So, do you like the sound of Werner playing in black and white or would you look elsewhere?


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Newcastle United to Reveal New Shirt Sponsor?



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footballinsider247 are reporting that the main shirt sponsor slot for Newcastle United is expected to be filled by airline SAUDI, who sponsored Newcastle’s mid-season tour of their owners’ homeland in December.

They state ‘This site revealed in February that there is frustration at St James’ Park that they have inherited a kit deal with Castore worth just £5m per year with no break clause and several seasons left to run.’

Newcastle’s recently appointed CEO Darren Eales has already previously expressed that the club at looking at all commercial opportunities and fans on Twitter were keen to mock up their expectation for the new shirts, see below and let us know your thoughts and also see our below video on how NUFC can increase commercial avenues..

Eddie Howe’s team are currently in a strong position to achieve a European slot which would increase revenue into the club allowing more spend whilst staying within Financial Fair Play which is something Howe has spoken about on several occasions as they look to stay within. If the club do reach a European slot it should help significantly with recruitment in the summer by making it a more attractive proposition to any incoming targets.

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Amazon filming Newcastle United for “All or Nothing” style documentary



Amazon Prime are currently filming behind-the-scenes footage at Newcastle United for a new documentary.

The docu-series will provide an insight into the club and its efforts to secure a top-four finish and a piece of silverware in the 2022-23 season.

Reports today revealed that camera crews have been filming a four-part documentary for their All or Nothing series. Sky Sports’ Keith Downie confirmed that the series will cover the club and the new owners as they attempt to qualify for the Champions League and win a trophy.

The All or Nothing series has previously documented other Premier League Clubs including Manchester City, Arsenal, and Spurs as well as the Brazilian national team, Juventus, and the All Blacks of rugby.

Newcastle face Manchester United in the Carabao Cup final on February 26 at Wembley.

The Magpies have featured three times in Europe’s most prestigious competition.

Most recently in the 2003-04 season as they reached the third qualifying round, eventually losing on penalties to Serbian side FK Partizan.

The season before the Toon finished third in the 2002-03 Champions League group stages, winning twice against Bayer Leverkusen and drawing with Inter Milan 2-2 at the San Siro. The lineup that night; Given, Solano, O’Brien, Dyer, Shearer (C), Bellamy, Speed,  Griffin, Hughes, Dabizas and Viana.

The series is expected to air later this year and will be available on Amazon Prime.

Based on previous seasons, you can expect exclusive access to training sessions, team meetings and match days, giving fans an in-depth look at what goes on behind the scenes on a day-to-day basis at Newcastle United.

It is set to be an incredible storyline and one that should provide fans with some real insight into what it takes to compete at the top level of professional football.

What do you think Newcastle fans?

Does this excite you or do you stand more with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp who once said the cameras could be intrusive to the dressing room when he turned down the offer from Amazon In 2018?


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Newcastle target rejects Everton move following £45m bid.



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Everton have made a £40million bid with £5m in add-ons to sign Connor Gallagher from Chelsea.

This comes after Newcastle completed the signing of Anthony Gordon, the club’s second most expensive transfer behind Alexander Isak.

Everton received an initial fee of £40m plus add-ons that could increase the deal to £45m.

The Toffees currently sit 19th in the Premier League and are looking to reinvest the money from the Gordon deal to sign much-needed players under newly appointed manager Sean Dyche. 

But, multiple sources have reported today that Gallagher is not actively pushing for a move and has no intention of going to Goodison Park. However, with Chelsea having met the record-breaking €120m release clause for World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez, Gallagher may be forced to leave the club if the transfer is complete.

This leaves Newcastle an option as the player would prefer a move to a top-six club.

This morning, Eddie Howe said, “We’ll see what we can do to try & bring a player in. There’s no guarantees. In terms of permanent signings, it will be very difficult. We’ll look at a potential loan. But it’s got to be the right player & not one for the sake of it”.

Due to financial fair play, the only way Newcastle could sign the player is through a loan, with an obligation to buy the player for at least £45m, the same price they paid for Anthony Gordon.

Gallagher has been playing regular Premier League football over the last two seasons. Since returning to his parent club Chelsea, the 22-year-old has been linked with a move away to numerous Premier League clubs.

Last season he was named Crystal Palace’s Player of the Season by their fans. He also won the Player of the Month award twice, Goal of the Month once, and was awarded the Young Player of Year at the 2022 London Football Awards.

In the same season, he made 36 appearances scoring eight goals and registering three assists that earned Palace a 12th-place finish, one point behind Newcastle.

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