Newcastle and Aston Villa ask about the 36-year-old striker Glenn Murray in Brighton
- Glenn Murray has made an effort this season to play in Brighton
- Newcastle and Aston Villa are two sides that urgently need more goals
- Wesley did not deliver and is injured for the rest of the season
- And Joelinton scored only once in 22 appearances for Newcastle
Newcastle and Aston Villa have inquired about Glenn Murray.
Striker Murray has struggled for regular playing time in Brighton after the summer arrival on the Amex of Neal Maupay and the emergence of exciting younger Aaron Connolly.
And the 36-year-old situation has warned Newcastle and Villa, who both need reinforcement in advance.
Glenn Murray is interesting for both Newcastle and Aston Villa in the transfer window of January
Newcastle’s big summer drawing, £ 40m Joelinton, only scored once in 22 games this season.
In the meantime, Villa lost their big striker, which Wesley signed for a seasonal knee injury last week.
Murray would mean a reduced price potential solution for both clubs.
He scored 25 goals in 55 starts during his two full Premier League seasons for Brighton. Murray has six months left for his current contract.
And his suitors consider a small fee to cover the remainder of his Brighton contract and offer Murray a deal with an option to renew.
Joelinton has been struggling since he came to Newcastle in the summer for a giant £ 40 million