In spite of Mike Ashley’s frugal nature, Newcastle United are expected to make moves in the summer transfer window. Alan Pardew has already secured the signatures of Ayoze Perez and Jack Colback, but more arrivals at St James’ Park are anticipated over the coming months.
Although the World Cup may prove a hindrance in pushing through deals, it also provides the perfect showcase for international talent. Whilst attacking reinforcements are believed to be the priority, Newcastle could do with adding depth to a threadbare squad.
Following on from Part One then, here is the second installment of the Magpies World Cup transfer hitlist.