Three Newcastle players West Ham could sign after £300m takeover.
Newcastle are now expected to be big players in the transfer market in the upcoming transfers windows.
The Saudi Public Investment Fund who now own the Magpies are worth in excess of £320 billion.
And the potential influx of superstars at St James’ Park could lead Newcastle to move on some of their current players.
So who could West Ham cherry pick?
Three Newcastle players West Ham could sign after £300m takeover
Here are three potential options who we think would strengthen David Moyes’s squad at the London Stadium considerably.
The 27-year-old centre-back is a truly top-class Premier League defender. Newcastle have already been linked with big money moves for Kalidou Koulibaly (Area Napoli) and Eric Bailly (The Northern Echo).
So Lascelles may well face a bleak future at St James’ Park. And the Newcastle centre-half would be a very solid addition for West Ham.
The Hammers have been linked with him before (The Sun). So it would be no surprise to see us go back in for the Toon ace.
The Paraguayan International, 27, is an incredibly hard worker and can play anywhere across midfield.
He seems like the ideal David Moyes signing.
Almiron is very popular at Newcastle, so West Ham would only be able to sign him if the Geordies bring in some top-class talent to play on the wings.
We think that the Paraguayan would be a tremendous addition for the Hammers.
West Ham’s desperate need for another centre-forward has been well-documented already.
And perhaps Wilson could be the man for the job. The 29-year-old is very injury-prone unfortunately, so signing him would come with an undoubted risk.
When fit, the former Bournemouth man is a real handful and would be the ideal foil for Michail Antonio. And if West Ham can pick him up for a reasonable fee, signing him should be a risk that Moyes and the Hammers board are willing to take.