Newcastle United are unlikely to accept an offer for Miguel Almiron unless they are certain about bringing in a replacement for him before next Wednesday’s transfer deadline, according to the Daily Telegraph.


Almiron’s future at Newcastle is up for debate this month due to interest from clubs in Saudi Arabia.


Al-Shabab are interested in getting their hands on the winger and are willing to table a bid for him in the ongoing window.




PIF-owned Al-Ahli are also keeping tabs on the Paraguayan’s situation but Almiron would prefer to stay at Newcastle for the moment.


He is cautious about moving to Saudi Arabia at the moment and Newcastle are also not sold on letting him go.



The Magpies would only consider accepting a bid for the winger if they are sure about bringing in a replacement.


Almiron is a key player in Eddie Howe’s plans and his departure would leave a hole in their squad.



Unless Newcastle are certain about using the money to bring in a replacement, the winger is unlikely to be sold.