There could still be plenty of ins and outs at Newcastle United before next week's transfer deadline day. 

Eddie Howe's side have struggled immensely with injuries this season but he has stressed that there isn't the funds available to strengthen significantly this month. 

In order for the Toon to bring in new faces before February, it seems clear that they will be forced to sell, and the likes of Kieran Trippier, Callum Wilson and Miguel Almiron have all been linked with a St James' Park exit in recent weeks. 

The latest update from renowned transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano suggests that negotiations between Bayern Munich and Newcastle over the transfer of Trippier are no longer taking place. 

Howe's side have insisted that the England right-back is not for sale, after rejecting a bid of around £12.8m earlier in the week. 

While the experienced defender has had a bit of a rough patch in terms of form, he has been at the forefront of Newcastle's transformation since the takeover, and he will be needed in the second half of the season if they are to achieve European football again next season. 

Wilson was another name linked with a potential exit, with AC Milan the side interested according to Craig Hope. 

The former Bournemouth striker has competed with Alexander Isak for a starting spot this season and has scored seven goals in the Premier League, so it is no surprise that the Toon have also made it clear that he is not for sale. 

However, one man that could be on his way out is Almiron, with journalist Ben Jacobs suggesting that the Magpies have reached an agreement with Al Shabab over the Paraguayan, who is open to the move.

The winger has not achieved the levels of last season, and with Anthony Gordon and Harvey Barnes signed on the wing in the past 12 months, it is one area in which Howe does have depth.

Almiron's sale could facilitate a move for Everton midfielder Amadou Onana, with The Telegraph naming him as Newcastle's chief target, although his £50m asking price is problematic.