The 22-year-old has persevered through an apathetic first battle at St James’ Park, contributing only one goal and one assist from 17 appearances in the Premier League.
While the Magpies have no prompt intends to go separate ways with the Frenchman, the Daily Mail guarantees that improvements are probably going to be requested of the summer signing.
The report recommends that Wolverhampton Wanderers are observing the circumstance as they consider their choices in front of the following transfer window.
With Adama Traore being connected with a transition to one of European football’s top clubs, Nuno Espirito Santo may need to find another replacement.
The Magpies paid in the district of £20m for Saint-Maximin, implying that Wolves would probably need to pay in overabundance of that figure should they follow up their underlying interest.