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Newcastle United: Insider now expects busy week of transfers on Tyneside

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Newcastle United have a busy week ahead of them in the transfer window and could land up to three new faces, including Alexander Isak. 

This is according to insider Dean Jones, who has been writing about the latest transfer news ahead of next week’s deadline on the Ranks FC Patreon page.

It is now believed Dan Ashworth will land Eddie Howe a new striker with the club-record addition of Isak from Real Sociedad, who completed his medical on Thursday.

There have also been strong links with potential swoops for Watford’s Joao Pedro and Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher as the Magpies look to add to their squad which has provided an unbeaten start to the season.

And Jones does not believe the Toon are done just yet, with the possibility of also landing a new winger and central midfielder before Thursday night’s deadline:

Jones wrote: “We will address the Isak story in detail on Friday’s Spotlight episode but the transfer has been progressing and he has been in London with his mate [Adnan] Januzaj. It’s a big week for Newcastle, they could also sign a wide forward and CM.”

TIF Thoughts on Jones’ comments…

This will be music to the ears of the fans on Tyneside following on from the expected confirmation of Isak’s arrival at St James’ Park in the coming days.

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It has been an incredibly sensible transfer window from the Toon, which we think  Рbefore this week Рhad been managed incredibly safely by the owners.

With Isak yet to be announced at the time of writing, the Toon have not added any attacking additions this summer and have reportedly been forced out of the race for players like James Maddison because of his price tag.

But this seems more like it from the owners as they finally look to be getting their money out, which is potentially a result of Callum Wilson’s injury setback.

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