Over the past few weeks, Club Brugge’s Antonio Nusa has been linked with a few Premier League clubs, including Newcastle United.

The winger was set to join Brentford in the winter market, but the deal didn’t go through after they found loose cartilage in his knee during the medical.

On February 6th, Het Nieuwsblad reported Newcastle are ‘still a candidate’ to sign the 18-year-old.

Voetbalkrant state the Norway international has cancelled the deal with the Bees, giving hope to the Magpies and other interested parties.

The outlet questions whether Eddie Howe’s side, Tottenham Hotspur or Chelsea could be an alternative for the youngster.

Thursday’s edition of Gazet van Antwerpen claims Newcastle are one of the clubs to have shown interest in the attacker, who’s no longer willing to join Thomas Frank’s side.

Despite Nusa and his entourage pulling the plug on the Brentford deal, it’s explained that a move to Newcastle or another Premier League side is ‘not an immediate option’.

The player wants to focus on his own performances and put the transfer saga, which impacted him mentally, behind him.

Het Belang van Limburg also state Nusa isn’t immediately considering a move to Newcastle or Tottenham, and aims to focus on Club Brugge.

They add the Jupiler Pro League side respect the attacker’s position and believe it’s the best solution for both parties.