Despite the success story that has been Kieran Trippier at Newcastle United since his arrival from Atlético Madrid, the England international isn’t going to last forever, and a long-term replacement will be needed.

The 32-year-old doesn’t have any real competition in Eddie Howe’s squad, and that’s why, with Champions League football looming, he will need some next year.

Therefore, the idea that Newcastle would be interested in Denzel Dumfries isn’t too far fetched, which is what Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting on Wednesday.

The newspaper look at which players Inter Milan could sell to make up the €100m they need to balance their books this summer, and with the exit of Lautaro Martínez completely ruled out, the Dutchman, alongside André Onana and Marcelo Brozović, could be one of the sacrificial lambs.

They explain that following the World Cup, his stock had ‘skyrocketed’, only for it to then emulate Elon Musk’s Starship due to some poor performances.

It has, however, gone back up a bit of late, and with him always liked in the Premier League, it’s said he has been the subject of an ‘enquiry’ by Newcastle.

How much would Inter want for their right-back? Gazzetta reckon around €30m should do the trick, which makes him incredibly affordable for the Magpies this summer.