Arsenal and Napoli ‘eyeing move for Newcastle star Allan Saint-Maximin this summer’ with winger hoping for pay raise after his impressive Premier League season
- Arsenal and Napoli are looking forward to a move for Newcastle star Allan Saint-Maximin
- The winger has been one of the most notable players since football returned in June
- The 23-year-old is looking to improve on his six-year deal with the Magpies
- Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham have also expressed interest in the attacker
Arsenal and Napoli are looking to transfer to Newcastle star Allan Saint-Maximin this summer, according to reports.
The winger impressed in his first season in the Premier League and has been one of the standout players since football returned in June, with one goal and three assists.
French champions Paris Saint-Germain have already been linked with a move for the 23-year-old le10sport.com report that Arsenal and Napoli are also enthusiastic.
Arsenal and Napoli are looking for Newcastle star Allan Saint-Maximin this summer
The winger has been one of the most notable players since the Premier League returned in June
They claim that the representatives of Saint-Maximin are aware of the interest, but no official approach has been taken.
Sports email revealed that the winger wants better terms for the six-year deal he signed last August after leaving £ 16m from Nice.
He is said to be earning £ 36,000 a week and a pay raise could depend on the planned takeover of Newcastle, which is still pending approval.
The 23-year-old is looking to improve on the six-year deal he signed last summer
Napoli is approaching a deal for Lille striker Victor Osimhen, but would also like to take the Newcastle man to Serie A.
Elsewhere in the Premier League, Arsenal’s rivals Tottenham have also expressed interest, but both sides will work with a reduced transfer budget.
Claiming that there was “no chance” that the winger would leave St James at the end of this season, Magpies boss Steve Bruce hailed him as the season’s signature.
Saint-Maximin has four goals and seven assists in all competitions, but his performance has leveled up since the league restart last month.
The winger grabbed three assists in Bournemouth’s 4-1 by his side and also landed on the score sheet in the 3-0 win over Sheffield United.
Saint-Maximin has four goals and seven assists in all competitions for Newcastle this season