Demiral spent the 2021-22 campaign on loan with Atalanta BC from Juventus, with the former possessing the option to turn the temporary move into a permanent one for €20m (£17.2m).
After it initially appeared that Atalanta would not take up that option after failing to qualify for European football this season, the club confirmed on Friday that the permanent purchase was triggered.
Reports in Italy suggest that the defender could still be moving on this summer due to the potential of Atalanta producing a profit on any deal, but ChronicleLive are reporting that Newcastle have decided against the Turkey international in favour of alternatives elsewhere.
Following the club's Saudi-backed takeover towards the end of 2021, the Tyneside club spent around £90m on new signings in the January transfer window, helping spark a remarkable turnaround in form to see Newcastle finish 11th in the Premier League.
Botman remains the priority this summer too, and although it is reported that Serie A champions AC Milan are the Dutchman's preference, Newcastle remain confident that they can persuade him to make the move to the Premier League instead. body check tags ::