Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce is targeting new additions over the January transfer window.
Newcastle have been tracking RB Leipzig winger, Lookman, for the whole of the January transfer window so far.
However, Newcastle are struggling to agree a deal with the German side.
The Magpies want to take Lookman on loan, but at the moment Leipzig have no desire to make such a transfer.
The Bundesliga outfit would be more willing to let Lookman leave on a permanent deal for £22.5 million, and Bruce reportedly wanted to know whether he would have the funds to complete the transfer.
Bruce is keen on Lookman, as he feels the young winger could really have something to offer Newcastle’s attack.
Newcastle could opt to change system if Lookman was to arrive, with Miguel Almiron playing in a more central role, and Allan Saint-Maximin charging down the other wing, in a trio behind a lone striker.
Bruce is thought to be keen on making additions in the coming weeks, as Newcastle are not entirely out of trouble yet.
Although the Magpies are in a mid-table spot as things stand, Bruce is keen to bring in an injection of quality to ensure his team do not drop into a relegation battle.