BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, the transfer window is closing soon and Chelsea has striked a deal with one of the hottest striker in the premier League. According to reports the deal cost Chelsea £50 million to secure his signing.

Chelsea is willing to meet Newcastle's €21 million (£18 million) asking price for Callum Wilson because they respect the player, according to Footballwave.


Chelsea’s focus on acquiring young talent may be set aside as they contemplate a deal for the experienced England international, either in the current transfer window or the upcoming summer. The Blues are in search of a goal-scoring guarantee and view Callum Wilson as a viable candidate. Wilson, having scored 26 goals in 45 Premier League matches, is seen as someone who can bring not only goals but also invaluable experience, especially alongside players like Nicolas Jackson.

Footballwave has learned that Chelsea believes Wilson can provide quality for at least the next 18 months, even if he receives less playing time compared to what he might secure at Newcastle.

Meanwhile, Newcastle is eager to bolster its midfield during this season but faces the challenge of having to sell to make acquisitions. Kieran Trippier’s potential move to Bayern Munich was close, but the Bundesliga giants have, for now, chosen not to submit a third proposal.

Alexander Isak serves as a prominent center-forward for the team, and Anthony Gordon possesses the flexibility to play in a central role. The club places a higher priority on finding a replacement for Sandro Tonali, especially with Joelinton sidelined due to a long-term injury, and Elliot Anderson dealing with a persistent back issue.

Regarding his future, 31-year-old Callum Wilson, whose contract extends until 2025, has not committed to Newcastle long-term. There have been rumors linking him to AC Milan in this window, but Newcastle has prevented any such approach. In a recent BBC Footballer’s Football Podcast, Wilson addressed the ongoing speculation about his future, stating, “It’s January, the window’s open, and there’s always speculation around players, not just myself but with everybody else in the squad. I haven’t got much more to say than that.”

Wilson’s Estimated Transfer Value (ETV) stands at €7.6m, indicating that a transfer fee could provide Newcastle with excellent value if they choose to sell him promptly.

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