Newcastle could invest in four dreams January signings

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Newcastle boss Eddie Howe could complete his four dream signings as his plans are boosted by £70million cash invested by their Saudi Arabia-backed owners.

The investment by Saudi Arabia backed owners will have Howe’s January transfer plans and their sporting Director Dan Ashworth. There are four players they could invest their money on.

Armando Broja

Newcastle signed Alexander Isac from Real Sociedad in the summer. He has been great for them but Howe thinks he needs some more attacking Reinforcement. Isak will not play up until after the World Cup while Callum Wilson struggling with Injuries.

The cash invested by owners could allow Newcastle to sign Armando Broja from Chelsea. Armando Broja doesn’t get enough playing time. The Blues has set an asking price of £40million for Albania International.

Andreas Schjelderup

The 18-years old Norwegian wonderkid currently plays for Nordsjaelland and is expected to leave in January. He has been linked with Newcastle in recent months. He is a creative attacker who can play in multiple attacking positions. Schjelderup currently has nine goals in 16 Superligaen matches.

Yannick Carrasco

Newcastle tried to sign Yannick Carrasco in the summer, Magpies interest in him could be revived in January. Reports from Spain suggest Atletico Madrid are looking to raise fund and could sell the Belgian international. The 29-year-old struggles in La Liga and a move to the Premier League could help him to regain his form.

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