- West Ham and Chelsea are both monitoring Newcastle star Callum Wilson
- AC Milan have also expressed an interest in signing the striker permanently
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It comes after Mail Sport reported earlier this week that AC Milan had expressed an interest in signing the 31-year-old on a permanent deal this month.
David Moyes’ side have been left short of options in attack with both Jarrod Bowen, Lucas Paqueta, Mohammed Kudus and Michail Antonio all suffering injuries at the start of the year.
Chelsea have also had their fair share of injuries this season, with forward Christopher Nkunku having been sidelined again with a hip injury after missing the first half of the 2023-24 campaign.
Both West Ham and Chelsea are monitoring Newcastle’s Callum Wilson but talks are yet to develop
West Ham have suffered injury blows to all of Jarrod Bowen, Lucas Paqueta, Mohammed Kudus and Michail Antonio at the start of 2024
Mauricio Pochettino’s side are considering a short term deal for Wilson, but would ideally like to sign Victor Osimhen in the summer
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Wilson could be a viable option for both clubs with his contract at Newcastle set to expire in 2025.
He joined the Magpies back in 2020 following a six year stint at Bournemouth and has gone on to score 46 goals for the club in 102 appearances since joining.
The Newcastle forward has also endured several injury lay-offs this season.
Recently Wilson has been nursing a calf problem that has seen him miss Newcastle’s last three games but he could return to action in the coming weeks.
Wilson has also been nursing a calf injury that has kept him out of action so far this year, but could be set to return for Newcastle in the coming weeks
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