Danny Welbeck

The 13 free agent ex-England internationals Newcastle United could sign this summer

404 caps, 58 goals, and a fine haul of club trophies between them, here's the ex-England internationals up for grabs when the transfer window opens.  

Which of these Three Lions veterans would you to see the Magpies sign this summer?

Phil Jagielka is being slowly ushered out the door by Everton boss Marco Silva, but he's surely still got something to give. (Photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images)

5. Phil Jagielka - Everton

Phil Jagielka is being slowly ushered out the door by Everton boss Marco Silva, but he's surely still got something to give. (Photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images)
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A big favourite of England boss Gareth Southgate, Tom Huddlestone will be in high-demand when the summer transfer window opens. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

6. David Nugent - Derby County

A big favourite of England boss Gareth Southgate, Tom Huddlestone will be in high-demand when the summer transfer window opens. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)
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Out with a serious ankle injury since November, Arsenal look set to cut their losses on Danny Welbeck. Those (reportedly) 70,000 per-week wages might be a stretch for most teams to cover, though! He's been linked heavily with a move to St. James' Park, mind...(Photo credit: LEONG/AFP/Getty Images)

7. Danny Welbeck - Arsenal

Out with a serious ankle injury since November, Arsenal look set to cut their losses on Danny Welbeck. Those (reportedly) 70,000 per-week wages might be a stretch for most teams to cover, though! He's been linked heavily with a move to St. James' Park, mind...(Photo credit: LEONG/AFP/Getty Images)
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Blatantly brought in by Chelsea to boost their pitiful homegrown quota, Robert Green is unlikely to be kept at Stamford Bridge beyond this season, when his contract expires.  (Photo credit: Ian Kington/AFP/Getty Images)

8. Robert Green - Chelsea

Blatantly brought in by Chelsea to boost their pitiful homegrown quota, Robert Green is unlikely to be kept at Stamford Bridge beyond this season, when his contract expires. (Photo credit: Ian Kington/AFP/Getty Images)
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