Newcastle United have struggled to ensure consistency in the current campaign, despite winning their last two Premier League fixtures.
The Magpies will be desperate to strengthen during the January transfer window having struggled at times this season. Interestingly, it appears as if they’re already eyeing a potential January addition, as according to reliable journalist Alan Nixon (via NUFC blog), Newcastle United are working on a price for Miguel Almiron.
According to reliable journalist Alan Nixon, Newcastle are ‘trying’ to agree a price to sign MLS star and highly-rated No.10 Miguel Almiron.
At the back end end of last month, the reporter claimed that Rafa had ‘money to spend’ and was pushing to sign the Paraguayan in January, and he has stated this week that Newcastle United are still in negotiations.
Indeed, the Magpies have lacked any real quality and creativity in attacking areas this season, so making a move for the exciting 24-year-old is a good start.
Miguel Almiron has plenty of potential and has established himself as one of the hottest topics in world football this season in the MLS, with a number of goals and assists to his name.
Indeed, the Magpies desperately need to bring in an attacking player that has the ability to create something out of nothing and can really link play in the final third.
So, it looks as if Newcastle United are currently working on a price for the South American as they continue to work towards securing a big January deal for the attacker, with the likes of Leicester City, Arsenal, West Ham United and Borussia Dortmund all being linked in recent times.