Newcastle are considering Feyenoord defender David Hanko as cover to drive down the left again.
The 25-year-old played a vital role in the Dutch outfit’s Eredivisie title final season, appearing in 28 league matches as part of the marketing campaign.
Furthermore, he has become a daily fixture in Slovakia, having played 27 games since his debut in 2018.
Hanko’s career began in his country of residence with Žilina and only joined Feyenoord last summer season after spells at Sparta Prague and Fiorentina.
He could possibly be about his approach again now, with Santi Aouna studies that Newcastle have selected a defender.
Newcastle have added Feyenoord defender David Henko to their transfer list
Eddie Howe’s men are looking to boost their return to the Champions League
Henko are once again considered a solid squad and Eddie Howe is looking to add depth as he prepares for the added thrill of Champions League football.
Crystal Palace’s Joachim Anderson could also be on the lookout, possibly in a move fueled by Eagles’ interest in Torino’s Perr Schuurs.
The Magpies have also been looking to strengthen their midfield, with sporting director Dan Ashworth currently in Italy trying to complete a £55million move for AC Milan’s Sandro Tonali.
He has been dubbed the ‘new Pirlo’ as every midfielder started at Brescia before becoming a member of Milan, however he is a particularly hard-working member than the Italian legend and could possibly be key to developing the likes of Bruno Guimaraes if he will be effective.
Tonali himself does not seem keen to leave San Siro, although the choice could be in his hands.
Fulham’s Anthony Robinson is another Newcastle target and the full-back is tipped to be priced up after a wonderful 2023/23. annual season will be around 35 million pounds.
Newcastle are joined in their pursuit by Marseille and Man City, with the United States unlikely to remain at Craven Cottage for 12 months.
Newcastle technical director Dan Ashworth has traveled to Italy to sign AC Milan midfielder Sandro Tonali.