Serhou Guirassy has become one of the standout players of the season, not only in the Bundesliga, but in all of Europe with 16 goals and 2 assists in the first 10 games of the season, something that has caught the attention of numerous clubs across Europe, including Newcastle United.
The team led by Eddie Howe, according to reports from Sky Sports, is adding to the growing list of clubs interested in acquiring the services of the Franco-Guinean striker. Despite Guirassy having a contract with Stuttgart until June 30, 2026, his buyout clause is only 20 million euros, making him an affordable option for the Magpies heading into the second half of the season.
Golden opportunity in the Premier League
Guirassy’s search for new horizons in European football and his outstanding performance in the Bundesliga have generated fierce competition for his signing. Newcastle United fans and other interested clubs will be watching closely to see if this talented Franco-Guinean forward will indeed change clubs in the transfer market.
The potential addition of Guirassy to Newcastle’s squad could provide a significant boost to their attacking options, as they look to climb the Premier League table. His goal-scoring ability and physical presence make him an attractive prospect for any team in need of a reliable goal scorer.
It’s clear that Guirassy’s impressive form has not gone unnoticed, and it’s no surprise that clubs are lining up to secure his signature. With Newcastle United reportedly preparing to meet his release clause, it could be an exciting time for the club and its supporters as they look to strengthen their squad for the remainder of the season.
As the transfer window approaches, all eyes will be on whether Newcastle can successfully secure the services of Serhou Guirassy and add a new dimension to their attack. The potential arrival of the talented striker could signal a statement of intent from the Magpies as they aim to compete at the highest level in the Premier League. Only time will tell if Guirassy will indeed make the move to St James’ Park, but one thing is for certain – his performances have certainly put him on the radar of some of the biggest clubs in Europe.