Newcastle United could be very active in the next few transfer window's - but which Premier League players should they be targeting? (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP) (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

From Leeds United's mercurial winger to an out of favour Manchester United star: One player from every Premier League team that Newcastle United should target for transfer

Unlike previous years, it promises to be a hugely exciting January and summer transfer window on Tyneside.

Saturday, 16th October 2021, 10:07 am

Ever since the Newcastle United takeover was complete, rumours, speculation and gossip about who they might be on the move to St James’s Park has been rife.

Whilst there has been a lot of noise surrounding the club, including about the future of boss Steve Bruce, it is clear that the new owners are prepared to take a slow and methodical approach to ensuring they get things right at St James’s Park.

One of the very first things that needs to be addressed at Newcastle is the desperate need for them to remain a Premier League club.

Reports have suggested that the new consortium will do this by buying proven Premier League talent in a bid to keep the club, who currently sit in 19th position, in the division.

But who could these additions be? As we all know, January is a notoriously difficult time to get transfers completed.

We also know that right now, Newcastle are not in a position to attract superstars to up-sticks and move to the north east.

However, here, we have listed one player from each Premier League club that Newcastle could, and possibly should, target in January or in summer to improve their current squad.

Have we got too carried away? Have we missed anyone out that you think Newcastle should be targeting?

If so, please follow us on Twitter @MouthofTynePod and let us know what you think:

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