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Man City Set to Beat Newcastle in Transfer Battle as Tonali Admits Future Uncertainty

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Newcastle transfer rumors have surfaced, with Manchester City reportedly set to beat the Magpies to the signing of England youth international Divine Mukasa. The setback comes as Newcastle continues to focus on recruiting emerging talent, with recent additions to their academy ranks. Meanwhile, Sandro Tonali, who recently joined Newcastle from AC Milan, expressed his love for his former club and did not rule out a potential return in the future.

  • Manchester City set to sign Divine Mukasa, leaving Newcastle disappointed
  • Newcastle continues to focus on recruiting emerging talent for their academy
  • Sandro Tonali expresses his love for AC Milan and leaves the door open for a potential return
  • Newcastle transfer rumors with Man City set to pip Magpies to signing and Tonali’s Milan admission

    Newcastle United’s pursuit of Divine Mukasa has suffered a setback, as Manchester City is reportedly set to announce the signing of the England youth international on a long-term deal. This comes as Newcastle has been dedicated to recruiting emerging talent and bolstering their academy ranks, due to Financial Fair Play restrictions. However, reports suggest that Newcastle’s invitation for Mukasa to visit Tyneside has been unsuccessful.

    Sandro Tonali expresses love for AC Milan and leaves the door open for a return

    Sandro Tonali, who recently faced his former club AC Milan after joining Newcastle United, expressed his love and passion for the Italian club. When asked about the possibility of returning to AC Milan in the future, Tonali did not rule it out, stating that football is unpredictable. Tonali’s return to the San Siro was described as an “incredible feeling” for the player, and he believes it could be a crucial moment for Newcastle.

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