Demba Ba content at Newcastle

Newcastle striker Demba Ba has stated that he would be interested in a move to Paris Saint-Germain, as reports in France have linked Carlo Ancelotti’s men with a transfer bid for the attacker.

The Senegal international has been in sparkling form since joining Alan Pardew’s men in the summer, and has already netted 15 times in the Premier League this term.

PSG have been rumoured to be lining up a move for the African hitman, something that Ba refused to rule out.

“I have always supported PSG and it’s a club that is enticing but it will be difficult to do that in January,” he told RMC Sport.

“My first goal is Senegal and getting a good result, then I want to continue playing good games for Newcastle.

“I’m in Newcastle, the fans like me, and then the transfer market will be closed when I go back, so I’m not focused on it,” he concluded.

BA is believed to have a buyout clause in his contract on Tyneside, with a number of suitors reported in the press after his impressive start to the season.

Ba will be unavailable for Newcastle for the next 4-6 weeks, as he is currently on international duty in preparation for the African Cup of Nations.

By Gareth McKnight

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