Newcastle target Diego Carlos is ripped monster married to Brazilian beauty

Newcastle United target Diego Carlos may well be in line for a huge pay rise, but it's safe to say he's already winning at life.

The Sevilla centre-back has made a name for himself as one of La Liga's most dominant defenders, hence the interest in him from the Toon.

And it's no wonder he has such a reputation when you see his insane physique which even Arnold Schwarzenegger would stand and applaud.

Carlos, 28, possesses freakishly big biceps and an eight-pack that you could grate cheese on.

Not only is he killing it on the pitch and in the gym, but also in his romantic life with his Brazilian wife.

He and Naiara look to be football's happiest couple – whether it's out on a road trip or lounging by their pool, they are always all smiles for their social media followers.

They may not be as happy if they trade in sunny Spain for the conditions of the north-east of England, though.

It would mean they'd have to also uproot their family, as together they have three children named Davi, Isaac and Alice.

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At the moment, Carlos' current club are playing hardball with the Saudi-backed hierarchy at St James' Park.

The Magpies have had a £25m offer turned down by the Spanish outfit in recent days, and Daily Star Sport understands that figure needs to be nearly doubled to get a deal done.

Sevilla are desperate to hold on to the key figure until at least the end of the season as they are embroiled in a tight title fight with Real Madrid.

It is very much a two-horse race at present, with Sevilla five points behind the leaders but with a game in hand.

Winning the league would be an achievement they've only managed once in their history – and that came all the way back in 1945/46.

It's therefore clear to see why they want Carlos to stay.

Sources close to recent talks insist the player himself has not expressed any desire to leave.

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