Australian defender Curtis Good has been linked with a move to join John van 't Schip's Eredivisie club PEC Zwolle, according to Dutch reports.
Good and van 't Schip worked together previously at Melbourne Heart, before the one-time Socceroo's move to Newcastle in 2012.
Van 't Schip took over as Zwolle manager in July, after leaving Melbourne City in January for personal reasons.
The 24-year-old has one year to run on his Magpies contract but out of the first-team frame after years cursed by injury.
Good returned to full fitness in 2017-18 but played mainly in the reserves and youth sides, making one first-team appearance in a 3-0 cup defeat to Oxford United.
It is expected that Good will leave Newcastle this off-season and he was previously linked with Notts County, although their boss Kevin Nolan dismissed the speculation.
PEC Zwolle is the former home of Socceroos defender Trent Sainsbury.
The Blauwvingers finished last season in 14th but have become a regular fixture in the top flight, with the 2017-18 campaign marking their sixth consecutive term in the Eredivisie.
Zwolle also won the Dutch KNVB Cup in 2014, representing a significant breakthrough for a modest club.