Newcastle United will dip into the winter transfer market in what will serve as a “big transfer opportunity” for the club to take into the second half of the season.
That is according to transfer insider Dean Jones, who believes the club could be swayed to strengthen amidst finding themselves ahead of schedule in the Newcastle United rebuild project.
According to Jones, it would be less of a gamble to splash the cash across the upcoming window.
Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, the Insider said: “They don’t want to stand still. So, you’d imagine that being in this position they’ve put themselves in, they’ll see it as an opportunity to strengthen further and it will feel like less of a gamble now to put a bit more money into the club than it might have done six months ago.”
With the Toon currently occupying a Champions League spot with almost half of the Premier League season played, the club need to build whilst they can and make the most of the opportunity that sees them ahead of schedule in their rebuild project.
Across the last window, back in the summer, Newcastle spent just over £136million and managed to secure some key components to add to the foundations of the squad.
Signings included the likes of Alexander Isak, Sven Botman, Matt Targett and Nick Pope, who have all raised the level of quality within the first team.
And now, the Magpies have the chance to increase that level by a couple of notches, with the opportunity to strengthen now carrying minimal risk, considering that the foundations of the side have been built.
January should make for an exciting month for Newcastle fans, with the club set to splash more money.