With Rafa Benitez in the hunt for at least one striker this summer, out-of-favour Atletico Madrid frontman Fernando Torres is the latest name to be linked with a St. James’ Park switch. Here’s why Newcastle fans should refrain from pre-ordering his jersey at the club shop.
Islam Slimani’s Newcastle career looks to be over after being slapped with a three-match ban following an off-the-ball clash with Craig Dawson at the weekend. How should the fans rate the Algerian’s impact?
Jordan Pickford has taken to Instagram to goad Newcastle fans following Everton’s win over the Magpies on Monday night - but is this sentiment ill-timed?
Ayoze Perez’s cumbersome display at Goodison Park last night served as a reminder to Newcastle supporters that his recent goalscoring form was but an uncharacteristic purple patch, and nothing more.
So with the dust barely settling on Arsene Wenger’s shock announcement that he will quit Arsenal at the end of the season, Rafa Benitez is already being touted as a potential replacement - this was always going to happen.
Despite West Brom’s perilous situation at the foot of the table, Newcastle have found themselves linked with a few of their players - but would the Hawthorns be the right aisle to shop in?
Newcastle welcome Arsenal to St. James’ Park this Sunday with an overriding feeling of optimism in the air that the Magpies can get something - but is this misplaced?
Should Southampton plunge through the relegation trapdoor next month, there is a glooming inevitability that Shane Long will once again find himself touted for a Tyneside switch - should the Magpies finally bite?
Saturday’s narrow win over Huddersfield brought sweet relief for Newcastle, as it moved them seven points clear of the relegation zone, but it also provided the Toon Army with their first glimpse of January arrival Islam Slimani.
Newcastle have once again found themselves linked with a move for Manchester United misfit Luke Shaw - but do the Magpies really need a player like him?
Where does Tuesday night's thrashing rank amongst Celtic's worst in Europe?
Surely there would be no fear of 'relegation battles' if David Moyes had this squad to choose from...
Would Blackburn survive the dreaded drop into the third tier if they had kept some of these players?
Nicklas Bendtner promised to be one of 'the best strikers in the world' by now. His career hasn't quite panned out like that.
Yaya Toure is not the first star to have fallen afoul of Pep Guardiola.
Jack Grealish is not the first player to find himself in hot water at Villa Park.
Villa Park is not a happy hunting ground for Newcastle United, who have experienced painful memories of relegation there.
Leeds United have sold more players than most in recent years.
Celtic have given some wonderful European performances, but which are the best?
Will Leicester City be spoken of as another European success story come the end of the season?