Transfer Talk: What now for Newcastle after Rafael Benitez's exit?
Last Updated: 25/06/19 10:22pm
The Transfer Talk podcast is back with another episode as the summer transfer window hots up.
Host Ed Draper is joined in studio by Sky Sports News reporter Dave Reed and Sky Sports football writer Nick Wright.
After a dramatic day on Tyneside on Monday, when it was revealed Rafael Benitez would leave Newcastle at the end of this month, the panel examine the fallout from the popular Spaniard's impending departure.
With Derby granting Chelsea permission to speak to Frank Lampard, our panel discuss how the Blues might look under the guidance of their record goalscorer next season.
Steven Gerrard admits Derby have shown interest in him as a potential replacement for Lampard but he insists he remains focused on Rangers. Our panel discuss the overhaul he is overseeing this summer as he seeks to build a squad capable of overhauling Celtic.
Charlie Nicholas joins the show to discuss whether Kieran Tierney would be a good fit at Arsenal, following the Gunners' £15m bid for the Scotland international defender. He also offers his thoughts on where Arsenal and Celtic need to strengthen this summer.
The panel also discuss the latest updates on a host of big-name stars who are edging closer to moves, including Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Matthijs de Ligt, Dani Alves and Philippe Coutinho.
Follow the Summer Transfer Window on Sky Sports
From July 1st, Sky Sports News will be the home to three new shows dedicated to bringing you the very latest news from this summer's transfer market.
Start your day with Good Morning Transfers at 9am as our team of reporters and pundits bring you the latest news and insight. Transfer Talk then follows at midday delivering the biggest stories that matter to you. And join us at 7pm for the definitive round-up of the day's news with The Transfer Show.
And as well as tuning into Sky Sports News, don't miss a thing with our dedicated Transfer Centre blog.
There's also the Transfer Talk Podcast, the daily UK, Regional and European Paper Talk, plus features across skysports.com and the Sky Sports App.