Newcastle united will battle it out with Juventus and Tottenham Hotspur for Mauro Icardi.
Newcastle are under new management after Saudi Arabia based Consortium completed the takeover of the premier league side in a 305 million pounds deal.
According to Daily mail, the Magpies are ready to flex thier financial mussels in the transfer market with Icardi their first target. The former Inter Milan forward is a fringe player at PSG and the signing of Lionel Messi has further pushed him down the pecking order.
Tottenham and Juventus are reportedly interested in the Argentine and Paris Saint Germain may cash in on him in January with Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, Naymer and Angel Di Maria in the team.
It was reported that financial analyst have calculated that Newcastle united would be able to spend up to 200 million pounds for the next three years without breaching Financial Fair Play rules. According to Italian publication CalcioMercato, Newcastle are ready to table a formal offer for the 28 year old striker.
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