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Newcastle United transfer news and reports: Tielemans, Tsygankov, Kuol

Newcastle United transfer news for Thursday, September 15th. Toon to Tielemans? According to the French media outlet Jeunes Footeux, Newcastle has jumped ahead of Arsenal in the race to sign Youri Tielemans. The Belgian was on the verge of leaving Leicester City last summer and still has a year left on his contract. If Tielemans does not sign an extension soon, a bargain deal could be on the table in January. Signing a midfielder of the 25-year-old’s caliber would be a declaration of intent from Eddie Howe and company: Newcastle has a new transfer dream after signing in just minutes and leaving at 4.30am. According to the report, Newcastle is planning a £17 million bid in January. Leicester may be forced to sell Tielemans, who is worth £50 million, or risk losing him for nothing at the end of the season. Prem trio squabble Newcastle United, West Ham United, and Wolves are among the Premier League clubs interested in Viktor Tsygankov, according to the same source. The Dynamo Kyiv winger’s contract expires next summer, and he is expected to leave on free agency. Until recently, Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine postponed all football in the country, with UEFA fixtures at “home” being played in neighboring Poland. Tsygankov is a gifted wideman who can play on either flank, an area in which the Toon were looking to improve last month. West Ham are also lacking a winger, making David Moyes’ team a viable option for the 24-year-old. Kuol on the verge of collapse According to Australian media, Garang Kuol is expected to sign a four-year contract with Newcastle. As he turns 18 today, the youngster is unlikely to be United’s long-term solution. However, the signing of the striker demonstrates Dan Ashworth’s desire to improve the youth setup. Kuol, who was recently called up to Australia for the first time, fits the bill. The Magpies made several low-key signings in the off-season to bolster the academy ranks, and he fits the bill. Alou, his brother, is a striker for Bundesliga club Stuttgart. Kuol is a Central Coast Mariners academy product. READING NEXT Calls from Eddie Howe and Graeme Jones as Newcastle spoke with three or four transfer targets Liverpool fans have given Newcastle even more fuel as Alexander Isak responds brilliantly. PSG president makes a ‘dream’ pledge, which bodes well for Newcastle owners’ exciting long-term plans. Mike Ashley’s plan to appoint his Newcastle neighbor, Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger, PSG chief indirectly hints at other clubs’ Newcastle fear after their response to transfer bids

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