Newcastle United are prepared to sell several first-teamers to raise funds for the summer market.
The Daily Mail says staff held a three-day recruitment meeting last week to assess potential targets while also identifying potential sales.
Newcastle’s owners are looking to put another £60million into transfer funds but will look to sell up to ten current squad members to generate more funds and shape a new-look squad for Eddie Howe.
Allan Saint Maximin’s name is a surprise one on the list following the impact he has made and his popularity among supporters.
Newcastle have identified Nottingham Forest’s Brennan Johnson and Moussa Diaby of Bayer Leverkusen as wingers they would potentially like to add to the squad but they will face fierce competition on both and remain realistic over what they will spend.