Newcastle are seriously contemplating offers for four Arsenal playeIrs, including dismissed striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, in the Winter transfer window.
Since their £300 million Saudi takeover in October, which presented them with a massive transfer fund, the Magpies are anticipated to do a lot of business this month.
As a result, they’ve been connected with a slew of top-tier players in the winter transfer window, including a £12 million deal for Atletico Madrid’s Kieran Trippier.
Newcastle are also interested in four Arsenal exiles, according to The Telegraph, through The Mirror, as part of a January raid on Mikel Arteta’s side.
They are also thought to be keeping an eye on Eddie Nketiah, another Gunners attacker who appears to be on his way out of Arteta’s side after only three league appearances this season.
Nketiah, 22, is out of contract this summer and has turned down a new contract offer from Arsenal, meaning the Gunners may be forced to sell in on their academy graduate this month.
Toon authorities are also interested in Mohamed Elneny, a midfielder, and Rob Holding, a centre-back, due to their lack of game time under Arteta thus far in the 2021-22 season.