Newcastle Transfer Odds: Who Could Sign For The Magpies This Summer?

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Newcastle United have already signed Sandro Tonali and teenage winger Yankuba Minteh this summer, but the best betting sites do not expect their transfer business to end there.

Harvey Barnes, the Leicester City wide man, is rumoured to be on his way to St James’ Park, although a deal has not been done yet. 

Eddie Howe will be keen to bolster his squad further as Newcastle prepare for Champions League football alongside their usual domestic commitments.

Who else might end up as a Newcastle player by the end of the transfer window? 

You can find the latest odds below, followed by our analysis of the club’s potential targets.

Newcastle Summer Transfer Odds

PlayerOddsBookmaker
Scott McTominay2/1BetVictor
Mohammed Kudus7/1Bet365
Ollie Watkins8/1Parimatch
Harry Maguire11/1Unibet
Goncalo Ramos12/1Bet365
Conor Gallagher12/1Bet365
Kalvin Phillips14/1Bet365
James Ward-Prowse14/1Bet365
Joao Felix16/1Bet365
Sadio Mane18/1Bet365
Neymar20/1William Hill
David de Gea33/1Bet365

Another Midfielder Could Be On The Way

Newcastle have already added Tonali to the ranks in a move which must be considered a coup given his status as one of AC Milan’s key players. 

But judging by some of the names above, it does not seem like Howe is yet fully satisfied with his options in the centre of the park.

Newcastle are right at the front of the queue for Scott McTominay, who could depart Manchester United following the arrival of Mason Mount. The Scot is 2/1 to end the window as a Newcastle player.

Mohammed Kudus, who impressed for Ghana at the World Cup, is a 7/1 shot, while Conor Gallagher is 12/1 to join the club. 

Other options are James Ward-Prowse (14/1), who is likely to leave Southampton following their demotion, and Kalvin Phillips (14/1), who remains a fringe member of the Manchester City squad.

Watkins And Ramos Have Been Linked

For much of last season Howe rotated between Alexander Isak and Callum Wilson up top. 

Towards the end of the campaign, he selected both attackers in the same starting XI, with Isak deployed either out wide on the left or as a second striker behind Wilson.

Wilson has suffered with injury problems in the past, but replacing him does not look to be a matter of urgency. 

Even so, Newcastle are available at 8/1 with Parimatch to strengthen their attack by acquiring Ollie Watkins. 

However, that will not be easy given his importance to Aston Villa, another ambitious club.

Goncalo Ramos, meanwhile, is priced at 12/1 to move to Newcastle.

The Portugal international, who memorably notched a hat-trick against Switzerland at the World Cup after replacing Cristiano Ronaldo in the starting XI, could leave Benfica this summer.

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Maguire Could Revive Career At Newcastle

Harry Maguire may need to leave Manchester United for the good of his career. 

He is now arguably only the club’s fourth-choice centre-back, behind Raphael Varane, Lisandro Martinez and Victor Lindelof.

Still a regular for England as things stand, Maguire’s position could come under threat ahead of Euro 2024 if he is not playing regular football in the Premier League or elsewhere.

Newcastle have been linked with the central defender, who is priced at 11/1 to become part of Howe’s squad. 

Harry Maguire

However, it is unclear whether the Magpies would be willing to meet United’s demands for a player who cost £80m in 2019.

David de Gea, an erstwhile team-mate of Maguire at Old Trafford, is a long shot at 33/1 to move to Newcastle. 

It is much more probable that the Spanish goalkeeper, who left United when his contract expired on June 30, resumes his career in Saudi Arabia, although boyhood club Atletico Madrid is seen as another potential destination for De Gea in the current window.

High-Profile Attacker Unlikely To Arrive

Newcastle have spent a significant amount of money under their Saudi owners, but they have hitherto shunned a galactico approach to recruitment. 

Even their most high-profile signings - the likes of Tonali, Isak, Kieran Trippier and Bruno Guimaraes - cannot really be called superstars.

Do not expect Newcastle to move away from that approach any time soon. Sure, the arrival of Neymar (22/1) would bring additional profile and attention to the Magpies, but whether it would boost their on-field status is highly questionable.

The same is true of Sadio Mane, available at 18/1 with football betting sites to join the club. 

The former Liverpool forward is past his best and is much likelier to move to Saudi Arabia’s Pro League.

Joao Felix, still 23, would be a much more useful addition. He is priced at 16/1 with betting apps, but there is not currently any indication that Newcastle are weighing up a swoop for the Atletico Madrid man, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Chelsea.

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