Date: 27th October 2021 at 6:56pm
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The takeover of Newcastle United by the the investor group, led by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund has had the world of football talking.

Fans are excited at what is to come at their club following 14-years of anger and frustration with Mike Ashley’s running of the Magpies.

Since the takeover was announced earlier in October, Steve Bruce has been dismissed as boss and a string of managerial names have been linked with the vacant post.

Additionally, players from across the globe have been touted as potential signings as Newcastle will undoubtedly look to bolster a squad which currently sits 19th in the Premier League and in danger of relegation.

One of those players is reportedly Feyenoord forward Luis Sinisterra, who is shining in the Eredivisie.

Dutch journalist Maarten Wijffels, who was speaking on  Voetbalpodcast (via Sport Witness), said: “He has a lot, that goal against Union Berlin that Jahanbakhsh made. Like he sometimes takes the ball, always facing forward.

Sinisterra has already bettered his tally of five goals last term.

“A really wonderful player. Newcastle United will immediately start bidding.”

Sinisterra, is a Colombia international and has already scored nine and assisted six other goals in just 17 matches this term.

If a deal was to be made, the 22-year-old would add more firepower to a Newcastle side which relies heavily on Callum Wilson and Allan Saint-Maximin for goals and assists.

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