3 former transfer targets Newcastle should revisit this summer including this Stoke midfielder

Following a positive campaign under Rafa Benitez, Newcastle United would be looking forward to the upcoming season. The former Real Madrid coach guided his team to a 10th-place finish in the Premier League after taking them up from the championship. Newcastle fans have a lot to be excited about for the new season, as their team showed glimpses of what Rafa can help them become.

Rafa Benitez needs to sign players in order to take Newcastle to the top level. suggest that the Magpies will finish in the top half of the Premier League next season.

The Spaniard had a number of targets last year as well, however, he was left disappointed as the club couldn’t sign most of them. Here are 3 of the former transfer targets Newcastle can target this summer as well.

Quincy Promes

The electric dutch winger was among . Benitez believed that Promes could do the task for his team in the Premier League, and he wasn’t wrong. The Spartak Moscow attacker was in scintillating form this season with a total of 21 goals and 9 assists to his name in the Russian league.

Quincy Promes
Quincy Promes

Promes is a versatile attacker who can operate in many positions further up the pitch. The player is known for his passing and crossing ability in the crowded areas of the pitch.

Joe Allen

Joe Allen was a prime target for Newcastle last year. The Magpies have a golden opportunity to sign their target this season as the player has been relegated with stoke city. However, they may have to fight off plenty of suitors who will be coming for a player of Allen’s quality.

Joe Allen

Allen is a midfielder with lots of quality on the ball, but it’s his immense work rate that sets him apart from the pack. The former Liverpool midfielder can work as a box-to-box or deep-lying midfielder.

Oguzhan Ozyakup

The former Arsenal youth player, Ozyakup has been linked with a premier league return for more than a year now.

There were talks of Arsenal being interested in bringing their academy graduate back to the club, with Newcastle also involved in the equation. With his technical ability and vision, the Turkish midfielder could be a really good addition to the midfield of Newcastle United.

Oguzhan Ozyakup

Ozyakup can play in a couple of positions in the middle of the pitch as an advanced playmaker or even from the deep.

Written by Shorya Panwar

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