The Newcastle United transfers that could be pushed through in January
But who could be on the move? A number of names have been linked with St James’s Park and, indeed, moves away from the Magpies. Scroll down and click through the pages to see FIFTEEN deals the Magpies could push through in January, both IN and OUT.
The striker is part of Steve Bruce's plans but has barely featured since he returned to fitness. West Brom are keen - and United could cash in, if the Baggies stump up around £15m.
Left in 2017 for around £1million rising to £6million but has failed to break into the Everton first-team. Out of contract in the summer and is reportedly looking for an escape route, with United listed as being keen.
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He's unhappy at not playing and looking for a way out. It's no surprise mind. Has made little to no impact since arriving last summer.
The combative midfielder is reportedly being lined up for a January swoop as United again look to Ligue 1 for inspiration.
With United needing to free up room in the squad, and having two other right-backs available, you'd think Manquillo would be at risk. Also in the final year of his deal.
The Hampden Park based amateur club north of the border have a rich history of producing talent, Liverpool's Andy Robertson the latest in a long line. The Daily Record claim United will pay compensation for the player.
A possible loan deal has been discussed and United boss Steve Bruce is a big fan of the Swiss international. AC Milan a more likely destination for the wantaway Arsenal man, stripped of the captaincy by Unai Emery.
The 17-year-old defender is being watched by scouts from the majority of the Premier League and Newcastle United are on that list.
United have scouted the player in recent months. A striker with a real eye for goal, he's been lighting up Ligue 1 for Metz. United have a pretty good record when it comes to Senegal international forwards.
Could the Danish youth international be recalled from his Carlisle United loan? He's done little of note while in League Two.
Both players are sitting around doing nothing at NUFC. It's time to go for both.
A loan deal in the Football League? There will be takers but United might opt to keep the England under-20 international on Tyneside.
The Netherlands international's form has been impressive now he's up to full fitness. Could NUFC make the deal permanent? It might be one they look to do in the summer.
The South Korean's days are numbered on Tyneside.
The KRC Genk and Tanzania forward has been on Newcastle's radar since the summer. Has a release clause, thought to be around £10m.