£10 million boost to Newcastle United and Everton as forward confirms transfer talks

£10 million boost to Newcastle United and Everton as forward confirms transfer talks

Despite Can Uzun’s revelation that he has already had negotiations with Eintracht Frankfurt, the in-form 18-year-old may yet give Newcastle United and Everton a chance to sign him.

With 22 appearances in all competitions this season, 14 goals and three assists, the versatile forward has been in incredible form for the Bundesliga II team.

Numerous clubs throughout Europe are apparently interested in signing Uzun

because to his impressive goal-scoring ability; nevertheless, it is said that Eintracht got an early advantage over their rivals by initiating negotiations with the young player.

The Turkey Under-21 international confirmed he has held discussed with the Bundesliga outfit – but kept alive Newcastle’s hopes of landing a player they have reportedly watched on a number of occasions by revealing he has made no firm decision over his future.
He told Bild: “There have been discussions with Frankfurt, that’s true.
But nothing has happened yet, neither with Frankfurt nor elsewhere.
I will make it from my heart.
Nobody else really has any influence on it.” Uzun’s admission over a future decision comes just weeks after Nurnberg’s sporting director Olaf Rebbe refused to confirm what could lie ahead for the club’s prize asset.
He told TransferMarkt: “He is developing really great, and we are very proud that we have been able to support him for so long. He has drawn attention with his goals, assists, and the way he plays.
The fact that he performs so consistently well at his age is extraordinary.
We’ll see what the future brings.”  Bundesliga star reveals future stance amid
Newcastle interest Benjamin Sesko has opened up on his future amid reports Newcastle United, Arsenal and Manchester United are all plotting moves for the RB Leipzig striker.
The Magpies have reportedly placed a striker near the top of their list of priorities for the summer transfer window after Alexander Isak and Callum Wilson both experienced a number of injuries throughout what has been a challenging season at St James Park.
However, Slovenia international Sesko seems to have dashed any hopes United may have held over a deal by revealing his plans for the future.
He explained: “I want to spend a lot of time here (RB Leipzig) because the club suits me well. We’ll see how many years it will be in total.”
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