Administrators Derek Posted October 10, 2021 Administrators Share Posted October 10, 2021 Newcastle United have been in the headlines this week with huge investment from Saudi Arabia which will surely lead to the club being a popular choice as an FM22 first game. The wealth of their new owners make Manchester City's look insignificant by comparison but I wonder what will their approach be. Financial Fair Play will be interesting and I'm sure they will try to work their way around it somehow but how will it compare to Chelsea and Manchester City's transformations? I'm sure they would like to make some marque signings as City did with Robinho but I've taken the approach of looking at signings from the Premier League only to see how their first eleven could look and not including any of their current squad. How would be your Newcastle United targets in FM22 based on realistic targets from the Premier League? GK Kepa - The worlds most expensive goalkeeper is currently playing second fiddle at Chelsea and might be an option. RB Aarons - An exciting English talent with Premier League experience means he should surely be a target. CB Rudiger - Often linked with moves away from Chelsea, Rudiger could bring in some valuable quality and experience. CB Tarkowski - Already considered to be the first target for the new regime. LB Digne - Not many options of quality at left back but Digne is a talented player. CM - Rice - Newcastle could be an option for the West Ham man who is regularly linked with big moves which fail to materialise. CM Neves - Ruben Neves would be an amazing signing and is surely due a move from Wolves. CM Phillips - The England man has established himself as an International and would be a great addition AML Zaha - Another player constantly linked with a move away from his club. AMR Richarlison - An exciting player with great quality ST Calvert-Lewin - I'm not purposely targeting Everton here but this could be a good move for a player who has really transformed himself in the past couple of seasons. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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