Arsenal, Newcastle & Tottenham ready to pay €40million for midfielder transfer

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Arsenal, Newcastle and Tottenham are reportedly all interested in the potential transfer of Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie.

The USA international hasn’t always been a regular for Juve since he joined the club, but he’s shown some potential and it’s not too surprising to see there’s interest in him from the Premier League this summer.

According to TuttoJuve, Arsenal, Newcastle and Spurs would all be ready to pay around €40m for the 23-year-old, who looks likely to be available.

According to recent reports from Italian outlets Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport, as cited and translated by the Metro, Juventus sporting director Federico Cherubini has been in London to offer players to English clubs, with McKennie thought to be one of those.

Weston McKennie in action for Juventus

McKennie could improve Arsenal’s midfield after their struggles this season, with the Gunners looking weak in that department as the likes of Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka haven’t really lived up to expectations.

Spurs will surely also want to make changes in midfield this summer, with Antonio Conte likely to be keen to freshen up this squad he’s inherited from Nuno Espirito Santo.

Newcastle, meanwhile, have the money to bring in big names like this now, and it could be an exciting statement by the club’s owners after an impressive January when they brought in Kieran Trippier and Bruno Guimaraes.

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  1. Survival for the Toon, leaving us in a more tenable position than most occasion’s under our previous owner.
    Apparently the club was to be sold to AC Milan and whatever accured ended up as a sale to NUFC, which went through a bit of an unknown hassle until straightened out by the PM, who needs the business in arms sales for euro –
    fighter and the bombs and other arms , everything that goes with it, really, includng away team uniforms, as if the fans were especially responsible for them.
    Well here we are being toild we can’t spend much more of their money, why. ? We know there’s a three hundred billion amount @hand and anything we may spend is like a drop in the ocean, comparison wise.
    Look the club needs more and better players and I’m not sure of those we have signed.
    Whats the difference two guys over six feet, and ones a Geordie, get rid of these geeks also the crazy Frenchie, who can only upset the side, sell em all, being they are not much of an improvement on what we already have.
    I believe They are about to get rid of Eddie also and bringing in
    the present manager from Naples, who appears to be on a downward slope and not really wanted and is it not about time we have brought in, the type of players that can match up with the EPL top six or do our new owners want a mid table team.
    It appears we have no real plan for the club despite all the talk concerning a new stadium, training facilities etc.
    And are back to where we have been for the last dozen or more years.
    Yeah some of the heavy lifting has taken place, but you gonna fire Eddie now like Citeh did, when the same action took place.
    Hopefully not !

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