According to new reports, Newcastle’s new owners have laughed off links to Hollywood names like Eden Hazard and Gareth Bale and instead look set to pursue more Bruno Guimaraes style signings this summer.
This comes from i news’ Mark Douglas, who has been speaking to a ‘club insider’ about our proposed approach to the upcoming transfer window; where ‘quality over quantity’ will
The unnamed figure at NUFC claims that moves for players at a ‘good age’, with big potential, who buy into the project and can grow with the club are exactly what we’ll be looking at this summer, stating that Bruno’s arrival is our blueprint moving forward.
Speaking to the i, here’s what this unnamed Newcastle United insider had to say:
“Bruno is the sort of deal that we want to make our blueprint.
“He’s a good age, he wants to be at Newcastle, he’s bought into the project and he can grow with us.
“By him just being here, it sends out a message.”
This could be a brilliant blueprint to follow moving forward.
Rather than bring in expensive primma donnas demanding a huge pay day, it seems we want to invest in those who are not only eager to be here, but arrive when their careers are on an upward trajectory.
With that in mind, it’s easy to see why we’ve been heavily linked with rising stars Moussa Diaby (Bayer Leverkusen), Sven Botman (Lille) and Darwin Nunez (Benfica), with Bruno’s Brazilian teammate Lucas Paqueta another potential one to watch.