Harry Kane and Neymar lead 11-man Newcastle ‘Galacticos’ transfer wish list worth over £450m


HARRY KANE and Neymar are among the star-studded list of Newcastle’s transfer targets, according to reports.

The Magpies are back in the Champions League for the first time in 20 years and can now look forward to an exciting summer of transfer recruitment.

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The club’s ultra-rich owners means the sky is the limit in the search for top quality talent,

And Newcastle will not be shy on who they look to tempt to St James’ Park if reports from AS are anything to go by.

The Spanish outlet claim that Eddie Howe‘s side are ready to rival huge clubs in the fight for Europe’s biggest stars and build a “Galacticos” side in the model of Real Madrid in the early 2000s.

Kane is thought to top the list of targets – despite his strong links to Manchester United.

The striker has just over a year left on his contract and could finally leave Tottenham this summer.

But Newcastle could look to add him to front an exciting strike force that already includes Callum Wilson and Alexander Isak.

Neymar is also among the list of potential recruits in what would be a huge coup for the club.

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The 31-year-old is a global star and a move to the North-East would get the world talking – but Howe has previously indicated he wants to swerve football’s biggest names.


Newcastle reportedly have their eye on some very expensive players

Other eye-catching names include Leicester’s James Maddison, who Newcastle have tried to buy previously.

They may have a better chance of landing the 26-year-old this summer if Leicester get relegated from the Premier League.

The report also claims that the likes of Liverpool target Ryan Gravenberch and Arsenal-linked winger Moussa Diaby could be in the Toon’s crosshairs.

Even Chelsea loanee Joao Felix, who became the fourth most expensive signing ever when Atletico bought him in 2019, is believed to be in contention.

The others making up the 11-man shortlist are Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Samuel Chukwueze, Eberechi Eze, Mohammed Kudus, Dominik Szoboszlai, Moussa Diaby and Ryan Gravenberch.

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Newcastle became the richest club in the world after their Saudi takeover in 2021.

The ownership have since spent £42m on Bruno Guimaraes, Anthony Gordon for £45m and Alexander Isak £63m.

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