Mikel Arteta rocked: Newcastle United make a shock approach for €60m winger

July 24, 2020 by  
Filed under Arsenal FC, Premier League, Transfers

While Mikel Arteta has made it clear that much-needed additions will be brought in this summer, the question among the fan-based is whether or not one of these signings for could be Willian of Chelsea of Luka Jovic from Real Madrid.

Now according to a report from Sky Italia via Milan News, Premier League giants Newcastle United have become the latest club to join the race for Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic, according to a report Spanish outlet.

The report claimed a meeting took place on Wednesday night with Fali Ramadani – the agent of Ante Rebic – during which Jovic was also brought up in the conversation.

However, Real Madrid has not yet decided if they want to sell the former Eintracht Frankfurt striker, let alone have him leave the club on a loan move. In addition to this, the best online casino said Madrid is said to value the Serbian ace the same amount that was paid last year for his signing, that is €60million.

According to the Shields Gazette, Newcastle has become the latest side to join the hunt for Jovic, along with Hertha Berlin, Milan, and Arsenal.

The 22-year-old has found himself behind the likes of Rodrygo, Gareth Bale, Eden Hazard, Vinicius Junior, and Marco Asensio this season, having made just nine starts and having scored just twice. The Premier League side’s scouting department is ‘looking into the merits’ of a potential loan move, the report claims.

Elsewhere, Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp confirms that he wants to return to Arsenal in a coaching capacity. While it’s true that the great players don’t always make good coaches, you can often tell how well they will adapt to a coaching role by their demeanor on the pitch.

Players who were known for being aggressive and giving it their all, don’t tend to do so well because energy will only take you so far as a coach, while the thoughtful and tactically minded ones are generally more suited.

Arsenal fans may be interested to hear that he recently told Four Four Two via casino games for real money that he would like to return to Arsenal in a coaching capacity. Bergkamp confirms that he’s been out of work for a couple of years after leaving Ajax, but he’s very keen to return to work.

Arsenal does have a few talented youngsters who have lots of pace and skill, and working with the Dutch legend might help to take them to the next level.

Bergkamp was always composed and his technique was perfect no matter how much pressure he was under, so if he’s able to pass that on to the players then he could be a very good appointment for Mikel Arteta.