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Southampton and West Ham United are among the clubs interested in signing Matty Longstaff, who is out of contract at Newcastle United this summer, according to The Daily Star.

It has been reported that Southampton, West Ham and Burnley are monitoring developments on the future of Longstaff.

Newcastle manager Steve Bruce wants the 20-year-old midfielder to sign a new contract, while Schalke and Udinese are interested in securing the services of the youngster, according to the report.

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With Longstaff – described as “brilliant in training” by his brother and Newcastle teammate Sean Longstaff in The Chronicle in October 2019 – out of contract at the Magpies, it is hard to see the player reach an agreement with the Premier League club over a new deal now.

The 20-year-old has reportedly rejected the Magpies’ offer, and it is hard to see him sign a new deal.

The midfielder is a very talented and promising young player who has huge potential and will get better in the coming years.

Both Southampton and West Ham are established clubs in the Premier League, and Longstaff would be a brilliant signing for the Saints or the Hammers, especially on a free transfer.

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