Newcastle United have been struggling to be creative this season.
The Magpies’ attacking players such as Miguel Almiron and Joelinton have found it difficult to fashion chances and score goals.
It is something that has troubled Newcastle ever since they returned to the Premier League in 2016.
It is somewhat concerning that the Toon Army are still finding it hard to create chances and therefore score goals three years after coming up, but perhaps a potential solution has arisen.
According to AS in Spain, Real Madrid are ready to sell Brahim Diaz despite him only joining in January.
The Spaniard is way down in the pecking order and has made just one appearance this season – and perhaps Newcastle should consider an approach.
TBR’s view – Creative Diaz could get Newcastle firing
Diaz, who cost £22 million (Daily Mail), was always going to find it difficult getting regular game time at the Bernabeu given Zinedine Zidane’s other midfield options.
Having developed in the Manchester City youth academy and under Pep Guardiola, he is certainly a talent.
The star, 20, has shown in glimpses his creativity and could be worth a punt in January to provide support for the struggling Newcastle attackers.