Newcastle United were reportedly offered a chance to sign Mason Holgate from Everton on loan, but they refused. According to a report from the Telegraph, Mason Holgate was one of the players offered to Newcastle United on loan, but the club hierarchy turned away given the lack of funds in their coffers to cover loan fees involved in any potential deal. After the permanent signing of Joe Willock for a reported £25 million, the Magpies boss Steve Bruce indicated that finances are tight and Newcastle were now only looking at landing late loan arrivals. The club did sign a certain Santiago Munoz from Santos Laguna on the transfer deadline day, but the 19-year-old will initially join the club’s academy. Newcastle brought the Mexican on an 18-month loan with an option to buy, which in itself exhibits the farcical state of their finances. There were also the speculations of Hamza Choudhury and Boubacar Kamara joining in the 11th-hour of the deadline day, […]