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Newcastle have reportedly made both loan and permanent offers to M’Baye Niang of AC Milan in the past, now linked again.
Italian media have reported that AC Milan continue to be interested in Moussa Sissoko and will try to resurrect the deal in January.
After already spending over £60m this summer, AC Milan are reported to have been quoted a price by Newcastle to also add Moussa Sissoko.
Newcastle United officials are due to meet the agents of midfielder Olivier Kemen tonight, to see whether he will be allowed to move this summer.
Newcastle United have had an offer for striker M’Baye Niang turned down according to reports in Italy.
According to L’Equipe, young Newcastle star Olivier Kemen is a target for AC Milan, his agents said to have met the Serie A club for transfer talks already.
It is reported today in Italy that AC Milan and Newcastle United are competing for the signature of Morgan Sanson in the summer.
Agent confirms that if AC Milan aren’t going to give him matches, M’Baye Niang would prefer a loan move to Newcastle over Udinese.
Late Monday night brought reports from Italy that Newcastle United have had a loan bid for French striker M’Baye Niang rejected.
Newcastle United have made an approach for French under 21 striker M’Baye Niang according to reports in Italy.
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