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Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Sven Boutman will decide his future ‘very soon’ amid speculation of a transfer to Newcastle United.

Amanda Stavli herself revealed in January that the Netherlands big defender was desperate to join the Magpies.

Newcastle remain a fan of the Lille defender but their chase has been complicated by the entry of AC Milan into the race.

talkSPORT presenter Jim White revealed on air that listeners should ‘monitor’ Boutman’s joining Newcastle after a conversation with his Lille teammate Jose Fonte.

And Romano has revealed from c offside that a decision on his future will be made very soon.

He added: “My feeling from sources is that it is just a two-horse race between Newcastle and AC Milan for Sven Boutman. Contacts are underway, very soon Boutman and Lillee will decide whether it will be AC ​​Milan or Newcastle “

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Newcastle completed their first signing at the Summer Window yesterday by securing a deal for Nick Pope.

Well, Eddie Howe had already signed Matt Targett during the window, but he spent the second half of last season on loan at St James’s Park and the club made it permanent.

But the window seems to be heating up for United right now and what could be Boutman’s addition.

Howe had already signed a centre-back during his reign at Tyneside – Dan Byrne – but the club needs a lot of recruits to convert further and the Dutchman will be an excellent step in that direction.

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