According to the Mirror, Rafa Benitez and Newcastle are deep in discussions with Chelsea to re-sign Brazilian winger Kenedy.
Kenedy joined the Magpies on a short-term temporary deal from Chelsea in January and went on to impress, establishing himself as something of a fans' favourite.
It would appear that the Magpies boss is working on a restricted budget once again this summer, so getting a player of Kenedy's calibre in on loan has the potential to be a massive deal for the club if he can replicate the form that he showed last season.
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He is also thought to be open to a permanent move to Newcastle United, but his preference is to stay put at Chelsea and play regular football for the Premier League giants in the coming seasons.
Newcastle United are reportedly on the verge of bringing Kenedy back to St James' Park.
Currently, Kenedy has returned to Chelsea training ahead of their pre-season with Antonio Conte presiding over matters as his situation still remains unclear.
It seems as though Kenedy's move to Newcastle is set to be confirmed in the near future, though, with the Daily Mail indicating that a deal has been wrapped up.
The report claims that RB Leipzig, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich were all keeping tabs on Kenedy, so we're delighted that the club have decided against cashing-in.