Newcastle United are interested in Jack Harrison and believe they may lure him away from Leeds United this summer.
After signing Nick Pope, Sven Botman, and Matt Targett for their back line, the Magpies are now focusing on signing attacking players.
Every day, wings and strikers are being linked to Newcastle, but securing deals can prove to be tricky.
Alexander Isak and Moussa Diaby have both stated that they will not join Newcastle, due to the sheer volume of money involved.
Paris Saint-Germain has been chosen by Hugo Ekitike, and the Blues are searching for other targets.
Jack Harrison is wanted by Newcastle United.
Newcastle is still in talks to sign Leeds winger Jack Harrison.
Eddie Howe is a big fan of Harrison, both in terms of his work ethic and attitude, according to the Daily Mail.
Newcastle's Howe aspires to these qualities, but convincing Leeds to sell will be difficult.
Raphinha, Leeds' star winger, has just been sold to Barcelona, and while Luis Sinisterra has arrived, selling another wide man is just not in their plans.
Leeds are interested in Harrison for around 35 million, but Newcastle will pay just over 25 million for the former Manchester City man.
Harrison has been offered just 17 million for less than the asking price.
Leeds is certain that they will not sell for that price, but it's believed that Newcastle believe they can persuade Harrison to move to St James Park.
If Newcastle do not increase their offer, it will not be much more, and they will have to pay a long, long way before reaching the Leeds asking price.
Harrison, 25, scored eight goals and an assist in 35 Premier League games last season, with Newcastle claiming that he can provide an effective attacking spark.
Leeds wants to keep hold of the winger, but Newcastle's lack of attacking signings might tempt them into rushing closer to Harrison's demands.