Crystal Palace’s attempt to sign Chelsea talent Lewis Hall is on standby as Newcastle United hijack the deal.
Newcastle United are eyeing a move to Lewis Hall while Crystal Palace are now at risk of missing the game.
This is acc Fabrizio Romanowho claimed overnight that Newcastle are now interested in bringing Hall to St James’ Park.
Hall’s expected move to Crystal Palace is said to be “on standby” and Newcastle are now looking to hijack the deal.
There may be a bigger story going on here as well Daily Mail This suggests Chelsea Palace have “upset” Olise with his move to Michael.
The Frenchman is close to joining Chelsea but Palace understand there have been some signings.
Palace are considering “officially reporting” Chelsea over his actions and Hall’s loan move to Selhurst Park could fall through.
Hall was expected to sign for Palace last week but the deal was delayed allowing Newcastle to move in.
However, Romano adds that the deal is “not easy” due to the Financial Fair Play regulations affecting Newcastle.
Chelsea are happy Hall is on loan but Newcastle could instead try to secure an option to buy, although Hall has agreed to a six-year deal in preparation for a loan move to Palace.
Lewis Hall is a Newcastle United fan
Hall will certainly have liked a loan deal at Palace as he is keen to move to the first-team but Newcastle is a different proposition.
Even assuming Newcastle are on the rise under Eddie Howe and have Champions League football, Hall exerts an emotional pull on the Magpies.
Hall may have been born in Slough but brother Connor – a non-league forward at Solihull Moors – has expressed her love for Newcastle.
Connor previously told The Chronicle that both he and Lewis were Newcastle fans growing up.
The 18-year-old made his Premier League debut against Newcastle at St James’ Park in what would have been a big moment for him.
A few months later, Newcastle want to sign Hall. who was praised by Frank Lampard as “really talented”..
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