Rio Ferdinand has said on his YouTube channel that he can’t believe larger clubs aren’t lining up to sign Newcastle United target Leandro Trossard, adding that some aspects of his game are unbelievable.
Trossard has been one of the Premier League’s standouts this season. The Belgian has seven goals for Brighton this season, including one in Saturday’s 4-1 victory over Chelsea.
He is already one goal away from equaling his career high in England’s top flight. As a result, there is interest in forward construction.
Leandro Trossard, a Newcastle target, has been incredible.
Indeed, The Northern Echo reported on Monday that Newcastle is considering a January bid for the 27-year-old. It has been reported that he is worth around £30 million.
Trossard would undoubtedly be an excellent signing for the Magpies, according to Ferdinand. He was reminiscing on his weekend performance against Chelsea and his former manager Graham Potter. And he insisted on going to a higher level this season.
“This individual is now performing big work. “I’ll be astonished if Potter doesn’t go back and try to sign him,” he said on his YouTube page.
“The best aspect of his game is not scoring, but creating.” He’s only recently scored a few goals. That is not his style. I think his game’s imagination and approach to play is incredible. The only thing I asked for earlier was a little more final product, which he is now providing.
“I can’t believe more big clubs aren’t after him.”
Trossard has already stated his willingness to take the next step in his career, assuming he is given the opportunity to do so.
To be honest, Brighton has been outstanding this season. Newcastle, on the other hand, has put themselves in a position to be a step ahead of the Belgian.
Eddie Howe’s men are currently in the top four in the Premier League. And they’ve been on an incredible run recently.
The Magpies’ current position is a foreshadowing of what is to come with the new owners. There will be potholes in the road. But their days of fighting relegation are undoubtedly over.
So, if Newcastle comes calling in January, Trossard will have lots to think about.