On Monday, TuttoMercatoWeb reported ‘there is already an agreement’ between Robin Gosens and Newcastle United, and Atalanta ‘await an offer’ from the Premier League side.

It was also explained the Italian club value the wing-back around €25-30m and if they were to receive an offer in that region, there would be a ‘sudden acceleration’ in the negotiations.

TMW’s report is echoed by Sky Italia, who claim the agreement between the 27-year-old and the Tyneside club is for a three-and-a-half-year contract worth €3.5m net per year.

Gosens has said ‘yes’ to the Magpies and is pushing for the transfer to St James’ Park. Eddie Howe’s side ‘insist’ on the Germany international and are ready to ‘present an official offer’ to Atalanta.

The player has been sidelined since September and is expected to be out of action until end of next month. Despite this, Sky state Newcastle will ‘try to make a new attempt’ before the end of the January window. journalist Alessio Lento claims Newcastle have a ‘principle agreement’ with Gosens and the Serie A side are ready to ‘evaluate proposals’. However, the offers have ‘not yet arrived’.

Lento adds the ‘modalities are not a problem’, even if Inter Milan are also in the picture for him.

Over at Calciomercato, they report Eintracht Frankfurt’s Filip Kostić is the favourite target for the San Siro club. However, he is not the only name on their agenda as the Nerazzurri are ‘thinking’ of Gosens, who has been ‘put on the market’ by Atalanta.

Gian Piero Gasperini’s side have now taken Jeremie Boga on loan from Sassuolo and in order to register him, they need to get rid of a player, who didn’t come up through the ranks of any Italian club.

This is where Gosens fits in and since Atalanta have done well in his absence, ‘there is the possibility’ he will be allowed to leave this month.

Inter are ‘thinking’ of Gosens, but there is ‘strong pressure from Newcastle’. In other words, the Serie A winners will face tough competition from the English club to sign Gosens in the final days of the winter market.