St Mary’s boss chases Dutch international pair.
Southampton boss Ronald Koeman will move to capture Newcastle United duo Daryl Janmaat and Tim Krul this summer according to the Daily Mirror.
The St Mary’s manager has been a big success in his debut season on the south-coast and fears that he could lose keeper Fraser Forster to injury next term and Nathaniel Clyne to Man United will see Koeman target the St James’ Park pair.
Koeman may well feel he could lure his fellow countrymen to join him at Southampton given just how far the Magpies have fallen since the turn of the year.
Alan Pardew left Newcastle United to join Crystal Palace and caretaker boss John Carver has presided over a disastrous run of form that has seen the north-east side pulled towards the Premier League relegation zone.
Newcastle United have lost seven of their last eight Premier League matches and are now just seven points clear of the drop zone having played a game more than Sunderland, Hull City and Leicester City.