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Mauro Icardi and Kalidou Koulibaly connected

Newcastle United has been linked to a host of new players since the £ 300m Saudi acquisition and the latest name tied to a move to St. James’s Park is that of Paris Saint forward Mauro Icardi -Germain.

The 28-year-old has had a disappointing time at the French club since joining from Inter Milan and has recently been linked to a transfer from the club.

Icardi has only scored 36 goals in 72 games for the French and has struggled to repeat his formidable form from Inter Milan in Paris.

The Argentina international could certainly use a fresh start and a move to the Premier League could be the ideal next step in his career.

Newcastle United are in desperate need of a proven goalscorer to help them move up to the table and Icardi could be a perfect match.

The 28-year-old was a prolific goalscorer while at Inter Milan, scoring 111 league goals in 188 games for the Italian giant.

Corresponding Daily mail, The Premier League team can spend well over £ 200million over the next three years to strengthen their squad without breaking the rules of financial fair play, and they should try to put the money into quality players like them in the coming months Icardi to invest.

Koulibaly associated with Newcastle relocation

In the meantime, Football insider believe Kalidou Koulibaly is a Premier League target as well.

Apparently, Newcastle have identified the Senegalese international as their first marquee deal.

The 30-year-old is one of the best defenders in Europe and has been in great shape with Napoli this season.

The Italians have only conceded three goals in seven league games so far and Koulibaly is one of the main reasons they were impregnable in defense.

In the meantime, Newcastle have conceded 16 goals in seven Premier League games and have to bring in a high-quality mid-half like Koulibaly to get tighter at the back.

It is unlikely that Newcastle will be short of funds after their multi-million dollar takeover and it remains to be seen whether they can convince these players to move to St James’ Park in the near future.

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