Newcastle United are interested in Olympique Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara.
The 21-year old has one year left on contract and Newcastle are hoping to prise him away from his boyhood club for around £10million, says the Daily Mail.
Kamara can play in midfield or defence to provide quality cover in a number of positions which suits Newcastle’s restricted budget.
They missed out on Mario Lemina who left Southampton for Nice and are waiting for a definitive answer from Arsenal midfielder Joe Willock over whether he wants to return.
Steve Bruce is desperate for new additions ahead of the new season but the club’s prospective sale means owner Mike Ashley is reluctant to invest heavily.
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