Nick Pope: Newcastle are interested in signing Burnley goalkeeper who wants to stay in the Premier League | Transfer Center News


Newcastle are interested in signing Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope this summer, with the England international keen to stay in the Premier League.

The 30-year-old is among the players likely to leave Burnley this summer following their relegation to the Championship.

It is understood Pope is keen to stay in the top flight with an eye on his England place at the World Cup in Qatar this winter.

Newcastle boss Eddie Howe is keen to bolster his goalkeeping options with Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson also on their radar.

But the 25-year-old is set to join Nottingham Forest on a season-long loan with a £20million option to buy.

Newcastle have so far signed a summer after Matt Targett completed his permanent move to the club from Aston Villa in a £15m deal.

Newcastle Q&A: Who are Toon’s other targets this summer

In Sky Sports transfer discussion Podcast, Pierre Graves gives insight into who Newcastle could come to, how much they are willing to spend and who could leave St James’ Park in their biggest ever window.

“There are Hugo Ekitike and Sven Botman who are two high quality players in France, they are the two players closest to walking through the door.

“Newcastle have been linked with Lucas Paqueta from Lyon who is great friends with Bruno Guimaraes. The midfielder came and spent his birthday with Bruno and was even pictured wearing a Newcastle shirt in Bruno’s garden! Newcastle fans he’s a rookie international for Brazil I don’t know if they would make a move for him I think for Lyon the price should be right Other top clubs are also interested in Paqueta .

“I think Newcastle also want a goalkeeper with someone who could compete with Martin Dubravka for the number one spot. They really want to add key positions. The right winger is another player they want to bring in. , like Moussa Diaby at Bayer Leverkusen and Ismalia Sarr at Watford They would love to sign Diaby but they’ve been quoted in the region of £60m, from what I’ve heard, which at this stage would be a bit out of their price range.

“I think they are going to add a right winger, a maybe two forwards, a central midfielder, a central defender and a goalkeeper – so they want to strengthen all the way through the spine.”

Newcastle fixtures 2022/23: Forest premier

Newcastle schedule 2022/23

Newcastle United will host newly promoted Nottingham Forest on the opening weekend of the 2022/23 Premier League season.

After a trip to Brighton in the second weekend, Eddie Howe’s Magpies host Premier League champions Manchester City on August 20, before ending the month with trips to Wolves and Liverpool.

Howe will face former club Bournemouth at home on September 17, while Brentford’s visit on October 8 will mark the first anniversary of the Saudi-backed takeover of Newcastle.

Newcastle travel to Leicester on Boxing Day, host Leeds on New Year’s Eve, then travel to Arsenal on January 2, before concluding their campaign at Chelsea.

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