Man City pose ‘realistic danger’ for Newcastle United exit, Toon and Chelsea star a ‘match made in heaven’

All the latest Newcastle United transfer news.

With no defeats in their last four Premier League outings, Newcastle United will be delighted with their recent run of form.

The Magpies have not lost a match since August 31st, when Liverpool got the better of them at Anfield, and have now taken 14 points from nine matches in the top flight this term. As a result, Eddie Howe’s men are just two points adrift of the top four with a tricky clash against Manchester United on the horizon.

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But before that match on Sunday, check out the latest Premier League transfer speculation below...

Manchester City are the “most realistic danger” for Newcastle United, with regards to Bruno Guimaraes’ future on Tyneside. The Magpies do not, however, have to sell, and there is an expectation that an improved contract will be discussed with the Brazilian midfielder in the near future. (Daily Mail)

Leeds United starlet Charlie Cresswell is likely to stay with Millwall for the remainder of the season despite the Whites having a “recall option”, according to Sky Sports reporter Tim Thornton. He said: “I think there’s a recall option, potentially in January. But I would expect him to stay at Millwall all season and then come back next season and try to force his way into the first team.” (GIVEMESPORT)

Pundit Frank McAvennie has claimed that Chelsea attacker Christian Pulisic and Newcastle United could be “a match made in heaven.” The American has been linked with an exit in recent times, with an asking price of £31.5 million reported. McAvennie said:”Pulisic going to Newcastle, I could see it happening, it could be a match made in heaven. He will certainly get game time at Newcastle. Sometimes players just want to feel loved and he will get that at Newcastle.“ (Football Insider)

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Arsenal, Tottenham, and West Ham are all interested in signing Juventus midfielder Manuel Locatelli. The Gunners in particular have “no problem” in meeting the Serie A giants’ £35 million asking price. (Il Bianconero)

Thiago Silva wants to hold talks with Chelsea so he can know whether he is part of their plans for next season or not. The Brazilian signed a one-year contract extension in January to keep him at the club for the current campaign. (The Athletic)

Leeds United may have suffered a blow in their hopes of signing PSV Eindhoven winger Cody Gakpo. The Whites’ move for the Dutchman is now “in doubt” amid interest from the likes of Arsenal and Real Madrid. (The Athletic)

Manchester United have maintained contact with Barcelona over resurrecting a deal for Frenkie de Jong deal in future. The failed pursuit of De Jong ultimately led to the signing of Casemiro, but the club continue to consider other options as they look to rebuild in the medium-term. (The Independent)