NEWCASTLE are arranging moving for Burnley’s Dwight McNeil — if Leeds stand firm on Jack Harrison.
Leeds have rejected a Newcastle bid for Harrison, 25, and wish £35million for that winger.
He only signed for that Elland Road outfit for £10m last summer time from Manchester City, but his dazzling displays have experienced the Englishman’s stock greater than treble in the last 12 several weeks.
Harrison scored the club’s final goal because they crawled Premier League survival over Brentford last season.
Leeds‘ refusal to work is a huge blow to Toon boss Howe who’s eager to then add firepower to his attack.
The uber-wealthy Saudi-owned side battled for goals last season, and Howe really wants to avoid a repeat scenario now.
A winger is really a priority, so Toon are searching at McNeil, 22, like a more realistic choice for around £15m but West Pork, Very Palace and Everton will also be keen.
McNeil battled last season, managing only one assist with no goals within the Prem.
But it’s thought his figures will improve inside a more attacking-based team.
Toon would also like Harvey Barnes but Leicester are asking £50m.
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Barnes’ return last term was considerably much better than both wingers pointed out.
The Foxes ace managed six goals and ten aids in 32 Prem games.