Newcastle United slap £15m price tag on forward, Shearer and Owen to be 'kept apart', and more
Newcastle United travel to Bramall Lane to face Sheffield United on Thursday. For now, enjoy today’s Premier League rumours.
Newcastle United have reportedly slapped a £15m price rag on striker Dwight Gayle ahead of a potential January move.
Steve Bruce had previously said that he was keen to work with Gayle, but the forward has struggled to rack up minutes on the pitch so far this season.
The Telegraph report that Gayle is of interest to Championship sides including Nottingham Forest, West Brom and Leeds United.
Gayle was sent on-loan to West Brom last year, where the Midlands side were knocked out of the play-offs by Aston Villa.
Whether a second-tier club will stump up £15m for the forward remains to be seen.
The rest of today’s headlines:
AC Milan have reportedly been offered the opportunity to sign Chelsea forward Olivier Giroud. (Calciomercato)
Jose Mourinho’s arrival has not changed the situation of Christian Eriksen, who is committed to leaving Spurs and will reject any contract offer. (The Telegraph)
Both Arsenal and Everton are keen on former Valencia coach Marcelino. (Daily Mail)
Former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is reportedly ready to return to management as soon as possible. (Fox Sports)
Amazon will keep Alan Shearer and Michael Owen apart during their work for Amazon, after the pair fell out earlier this year. (Various)