Newcastle still have news to add to the team daily. Most recently, it was linked with Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Conor Cody.
Since the acquisition of the new club owner, Newcastle United has been linked with many players. Both in and out of England. The media is expected to have a big reinforcement in January.
Most recently, The Sun stated that Cody, 28. He is another option for the Magpies to add to the team at the defensive line that has been in serious trouble this season.
The report states that one of the key factors in Newcastle’s interest in the England defender came from the advice of Frank McParland. One of Amanda Staveley’s close friends. He is who worked with Cody when he was a Liverpool player.
The main issue, however, is the talks with Wolves, which the media thinks will cost around £20 million, but are likely to be rejected by the club.
The 28-year-old has a long-term contract with Wolves Midlands until 2025. Throughout the past, players have been the core of the defensive line for the club. Which this season has played 11 games from all competitions