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Newcastle will have to pay a high price to secure Immobile’s services

According to Calciomercato.it if their takeover goes through Newcastle could move for Lazio player.

Likes of Juventus, Chelsea, and Manchester United are monitoring Ciro Immobile as he is a man in demand this summer.

The player wishes to stay at Lazio the next year. This season for the Italian side, the 30-year-old has bagged 32 goals so far.

It’ll be interesting to see if Ashley manages to sell the club before the transfer window opens and Newcastle’s takeover dragged on for weeks now.

It could be an exciting summer for the fans if the new owners manage to take charge before the window opens. It is expected that Newcastle will invest heavily in the game squad.

For the Magpies, Players such as Immobile could make a big difference next season.

Currently, they have Joelinton as their opening striker and so far the Brazilian has scored just four goals. Immobile would be a massive upgrade, despite being merely a short-term addition.

Lazio is reluctant to sell their best player at a cheap price. Newcastle may have to pay more to secure his services.

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Newcastle will have to pay a high price to secure Immobile’s services

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