Report: Newcastle are in talks to signal 26 y/o Crystal Palace goal


Newcastle United managing director Lee Charnley has insisted that Mike Ashley is “100% dedicated” to the Saudi Arabian-backed takeover of the membership.
The Saudi-backed consortium withdrew their bid to purchase Newcastle United yesterday, though the Premier League is but to touch upon the matter.
Charnley has stated that the present focus should now be on supporting Steve Bruce within the switch market and on the preparations for the brand new season.
Whereas Ashley is determined to promote the membership, it stays to be seen how the Magpies perform their plans within the switch market.
In response to the Shields Gazette, Newcastle are in discussions over a doable switch for Ryan Fraser who is obtainable on free after leaving AFC Bournemouth this summer time.
Fraser is reportedly a long-term goal of Newcastle. Steve Bruce is an enormous fan of the participant, and in the mean time discussions are ongoing with the 26-year-old a few doable change to St James’ Park.
Nevertheless, the Magpies are prone to face competitions from Premier League rivals West Ham and Crystal Palace, each are interested by signing him.
Fraser determined to not prolong his contract for the remainder of the 2019/20 season following the return of soccer. His type has dipped prior to now 12 months, however he’s nonetheless a really helpful participant on a free switch.
The Scotland worldwide scored seven targets and supplied 14 assists in 2018/19, and he can be an excellent signing for the Magpies.
The Telegraph reported earlier this week that Crystal Palace are contemplating making a transfer for Fraser in the summertime switch window.
It stays to be seen whether or not Palace transfer for him as a possible substitute for Wilfried Zaha who has set his coronary heart on leaving the membership.

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