The Banfield forward has been in impressive form over the past two seasons, scoring 10 goals in his past 28 appearances for the side. As a result, his form has not gone unnoticed on the international scene and he earned a call-up to the Argentina U-20 side earlier this year.
Following his debut for the national side, Ferreyra scored all four of his international goals in this year’s South American Youth Championships, helping the team to a third-placed finish in the process.
The striker may look to exploit this recent attention, and should the Magpies come knocking, choose to accept the step up to the dizzying heights of the Premier League.
The Tyneside outfit are yet to sign a big name striker after the £35m sale of Andy Carroll, and whilst Ferreyra may not fit be the Toon Army’s first choice, he shows promise if early form i anything to go on.