April 18, 2024

Newcastle United were heavily associated with Matías Soulé prior to the January transfer window, although rumors of a deal dwindled over the month.

However, the Magpies did not go away, travelling to watch the young Argentine in February, implying that any deal for the Juventus loanee would only take place in the summer.

Gazzetta dello Sport welcomes Newcastle back into the fold on Friday, as they investigate how the Serie A club can fund their bid for Teun Koopmeiners.


Matías Soule joins Frosinone on loan - Juventus


One of the simplest ways for them to gain money is to sell the 20-year-old, who the Magpies, along with Crystal Palace and Southampton, have been tracking ‘for months’.

With the Dutch midfielder expected to cost up to €55 million, it is believed that Soulé’s sale might generate €35 million.

This is a consistent price tag, as Newcastle has been warned several times in the past.
Soulé has been in excellent form while on loan at Frosinone, scoring 10 goals and giving two assists in 27 games across all competitions.

He also turned down a move to Saudi Arabia in the summer and has stated that he ‘wants to stay in Europe’ to further his career, providing Newcastle a boost in the process.

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