Newcastle United want to sign Matias Soule and Dean Huijsen

Newcastle United want to sign Matias Soule and Dean Huijsen

Newcastle United are looking to improve their squad during the summer transfer window and they have identified Dean Huijsen and Mathias Soule as potential targets.

Both youngsters could be on the move this summer with Juventus looking to raise over €100 million from player sales.

According to Tuttosport Newcastle United have been keeping tabs on the two players for a while and they could look to make a move in the summer.

It seems that the Magpies will have to shell out a fee of around €65 million in order to land the two players. Both Soule and Huijsen are extremely talented with a bright future ahead of themselves and they could develop into key players for the club with the right guidance.

The investment could look like a bargain in the long run if both players managed to fulfil their potential. Regular football in England will certainly accelerate their development and help them improve.

Matias Soule has been linked with Newcastle

Newcastle need Dean Huijsen and Matias Soule

Meanwhile, Newcastle need depth in central defence and Huijsen could form a quality long-term partnership with Sven Botman.

On the other hand, Soule will add goals and creativity to their attack. The talented young Argentine attacker is currently on loan at Frosinone and he has 11 goals and 3 assists in the Italian league. He is versatile enough to operate as the centre forward as well as the right sided winger. He could prove to be the ideal partner for Alexander Isak in the attack.

Newcastle certainly have the financial resources to sign both players and it will be interesting to see if they can get the deal done.

The opportunity to join a big Premier League club will be quite exciting for both youngsters and they could be tempted if Newcastle can promise them ample game time. They need to play regularly at this stage of their careers and they cannot afford to sit on the bench at a big club.

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