According to the Greek newspaper FOS (via Sdna), Newcastle United is keen to bring Olympiacos defensive midfielder Mady Camara to St. James & # 39; Park this summer as chief Steve Bruce plans to strengthen his squad.
With their £ 300m takeover bid from Saudi Arabia's public investment fund, which is expected to close, the magpies aim to sign high-quality signatures in the upcoming transfer windows.
Camara is also sought after by AC Milan and Sheffield United after helping Olympiacos over the weekend to win their first Greek Superleague title since 2017, and his strength and quality can help improve Newcastle's midfield.
The 23-year-old caught the scouts' eye for his performance when Greek champions Arsenal defeated in the final round of the Europa League before the suspension and he could be tempted by moving to the English top league.
Guarean international Camara has played 44 games in all six-goal Olympiacos competitions this season, and Newcastle could cope with the attack threat he brings to the table given the relative struggles in the last third.
The Greek side is already looking into possible replacement products in the event Camara is sold, and Sporting Lisbon's Eduardo Henrique has been identified as they prepare to accept offers.