Newcastle and Wolves ‘interested in bringing Gonzalo Higuain back to the Premier League as the striker eyes Juventus exit in the summer’
- Newcastle and Wolves are interested in signing Gonzalo Higuain this summer
- Higuain may leave Juventus after scoring five goals and registering four assists
- He is valued around £31.6m and could return to the Premier League this summer
- Higuain failed to impress in a short-term loan at Stamford Bridge in January 2019
Newcastle and Wolves are ‘interested in bringing Gonzalo Higuain back to the Premier League’ as the striker eyes Juventus exit in the summer.
The 32-year-old, who is in the midst of his 14th season in Europe, has been linked with a departure from Serie A after scoring five goals and registering four assists in 22 matches – with a further two goals and two assists in the Champions League.
According to The Sunday Express, Higuain could be given another opportunity in the Premier League this summer after he failed to hit the heights expected of him during a short-term loan at Stamford Bridge in January 2019.
Newcastle and Wolves are said to be interested in signing Gonzalo Higuain this summer
While Higuain insists he is currently committed to Juventus, reports are confident the Argentine footballer will not be at Juventus next season.
Higuain is said to be valued around £31.6million should either club look to purchase him this summer.
Having scored eight goals and registered eight assists during 34 appearances for the Bianconeri, Higuain has previously been linked with potential moves to Major League Soccer, along with a lucrative switch to the Chinese Super League.
With Newcastle manager Steve Bruce set to be handed £200million to spend on players and club improvements by their prospective new Saudi owners, the club are also targeting Edinson Cavani.
Cavani will be a free agent come the summer as his contract at PSG is set to expire.
While Wolves sent Patrick Cutrone back to Serie A club Fiorentina in January to make room for their transfer target.
Higuain previously failed to impress in a short-term loan at Stamford Bridge in January 2019
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