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European giants lead Premier League clubs in race to sign Newcastle star

Excl: "I don't see that story going away" - Newcastle ace could be transfer priority for CL giants, says expert

French giants PSG may end up snatching up Arsenal and Manchester United’s summer transfer target who plays for Newcastle United.

According to The Sun, PSG may end up obtaining the summer target that the Premier League teams were hoping to get.

Bruno Guimaraes, who is probably not going to stay at Newcastle for the upcoming season, is now being pursued by Paris Saint-Germain.

Newcastle may have to sell players this summer

In order to comply with FPP rules, the Magpies must sell players, and Guimaraes is the ideal option to do so.

The French champions are reportedly prepared to spend the entire £100 million to get the 26-year-old.

Kylian Mbappe, who is now regarded as one of the top players in the world, will leave the French team in the summer.

PSG will now undoubtedly need to buy some big name player to ease the pain on their supporters.

Bruno Guimaraes in action for Newcastle United.

Arsenal and Manchester United are reportedly interested in Guimaraes as well, although PSG are said to be leading the race.

It’s no secret that Bruno is at the top of their wish list—they’ve been following him for a while.

Due to the Brazilian international’s affectionate ties to France, PSG are optimistic that they can convince the player to leave the Premier League team and move to Paris.

The midfielder is reportedly eager to compete in the UEFA Champions League, which Newcastle United will not be able to provide him next season.

According to the report, PSG, who have been keeping an eye on the 26-year-old for more than a year, has taken notice of this.

The midfielder has been a huge hit at Newcastle United

In January 2022, the Tyneside team paid £35 million to recruit the Brazilian, and he has since become one of their most valuable players.

The midfielder has been a huge part of Newcastle’s success under manager Eddie Howe. He helped the club qualify for the Champions League last season and reach the Carabao Cup final.

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