Here are some of the transfer news from the Premier League. The news also includes information on a deal for striker Callum Wilson.
It also includes the transfer activity to be done in the last weeks of the window. The updates indicate towards to an exciting end to the summer transfer window.
PREMIER LEAGUE STRIKER IS REPORTEDLY SET TO EXTEND HIS CONTRACT
According to reports, Newcastle United striker Callum Wilson will reportedly sign a new contract offer. The new contract offer will likely take him into the veteran stage of his career. Wilson has become a focal point for the Premier League side. The report also states that he is also backed by the new owners of the club. His old contract is going to expire in 2024.
However, Eddie Howe wants to extend his contract now. The striker is also reportedly ready to extend his contract as he has settled nicely with his family in the Northeast. The England striker is also hoping to gatecrash his way into the World Cup squad. Newcastle United are also hoping to bring in a striker that can compliment and provide back-up to Wilson.
OTHER TRANSFER RUMORS TO KEEP AN EYE ON FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE TRANSFER WINDOW
Wolves midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White is also now going to stay at Wolves for the moment. They have rejected numerous bids from newly promoted Premier League side Nottingham Forest. However, the situation can change in January as the midfielder is refusing to sign a new contract. The midfielder is into the final 18 months of his current deal.
Whereas, in other news, Leicester are struggling to move on unwanted players. Players like Vestergaard and Soumare are currently rejecting offers from a number of teams. In other news, Marseille’s forward Bamba Dieng is currently attracting the interest of a number of Premier League clubs. Newcastle United, Fulham, West Ham, and Everton have been linked with the forward.
It is going to be a busy end to the transfer window. Many clubs are also looking to move on players to balance the financial books. The desperation to balance the books and the World Cup this year might lead to a number of surprising transfers this summer.
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