Newcastle United transfer rumours: Steve Bruce eyes €13m deal, Magpies stopper drops interesting transfer hint, left-back deal ruled out
Newcastle United will once again play in the Premier League next campaign.
But what about transfers? Here, we take a look at the latest transfer talk and gossip from Newcastle United and their Premier League rivals at the Magpies prepare for another season in the top-flight:
On-loan Newcastle United goalkeeper drops interesting transfer hint
Newcastle United loanee Freddie Woodman, 24, hopes his Swansea City story is not over after describing his time with the club as the best two years of his life.
The stopper will return to St James’ Park after two seasons on loan in Wales and following the Swans Championship play-off final loss.
"It's probably been the best two years of my life playing here. I've fallen in love with the place and developed so much," he said.
"I just wanted to get over the line for the city; I know how much they wanted us in that big league, so I'm absolutely gutted.
"I hope this isn't the last game I play in a Swansea shirt.
"The main thing is to sort out my next step; if that's in a Swansea shirt then brilliant but if it's not, I have to crack on and that's football.
"I'm a Swansea City fan now; I'll be looking out for their results straight away, but football's a funny game and anything can happen. We'll see what happens."
Newcastle United keen on £13m star as deal for left-back ruled out
Newcastle United are reportedly keen on Brazilian midfielder Matheus Nunes this summer. Sporting are looking for around €20million for the player, while the report claims the Magpies’ buy option was set at €13m in the last window. (Record)
Newcastle United will not sanction a move for Jetro Willems this summer. According to reports, Steve Bruce is not looking for another left-back as they work with a strict budget this summer. (Football Insider)
Newcastle are in pole position to sign Wigan's Scotland Under-19 striker Kyle Joseph, 19, with Sheffield United among the other clubs interested. (Various)
Former England and Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson is on the shortlist to take over again at West Bromwich Albion following the departure of ex-Newcastle United and Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce. (Mirror)