Newcastle accepts the sale of Callum Wilson to MU, Arsenal or Chelsea

January 26, 2024

Journalist Ben Jacobs revealed that Newcastle could accept selling striker Callum Wilson to MU, Arsenal or Chelsea

Newcastle could be forced to sell one of its best players after the club confirmed a loss of £150 million in its latest financial statements. Coach Howe personally confirmed that the Magpies need to sell one of the players in the squad before bringing in new elements.

Striker Callum Wilson is one of those who could leave Newcastle in January 2024. Arsenal is currently interested in the English player. Gabriel Jesus and Eddie Nketiah both haven't played too explosively this season, so Mikel Arteta can bring in Wilson to refresh the attack.

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MU also needs a new striker in the context of Anthony Martial having surgery and resting until April 2024. Chelsea is also said to be ready to add another striker, Pochettino himself confirmed that he needs at least one more striker. new.

According to Daily Mail, Newcastle is ready to sell Wilson for £18 million in January this year. That move paved the way for Wilson to find a new destination for his career. Journalist Ben Jacobs revealed that Newcastle could accept selling Wilson to MU, Arsenal or Chelsea. He said:

“As far as I know, Arsenal, Chelsea and MU all know that Newcastle has the ability to sell Wilson. Wilson offers a viable option as a striker at a low price, with a lot of experience at the top. He has proven his ability in the Premier League. No team has sent an official offer yet. However, I wouldn't be surprised if a big Premier League team asked to buy Wilson.

We know that Atletico Madrid were interested in Wilson. Their plans were postponed because they could not meet the salary level. The plan is not feasible. Wilson's salary does not cause difficulties for Arsenal, Chelsea or MU. Therefore, this is a noteworthy deal."


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