The Magpies are keen on the young Englishman.
The England under-21 international looked like he would make the step up to the Premier League this summer after an impressive year in the Championship in 2012/13, but things surrounding the winger have been quiet for some time.
However, the Magpies are planning to revive the interest in the 21-year-old and will pay the Tangerines £8m for Ince’s services.
After a quiet period in the transfer market, Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has finally been given the go-ahead to make new signings, but the Toon could face strong competition for the Blackpool man.
Although Cardiff are out of the race since being turned down by Ince for personal reasons, Everton and Tottenham Hotspur are also keeping an eye on the Englishman.
New Toffees manager Roberto Martinez is a long-term admirer of the winger and tried to sign him when the Spaniard was in charge at Wigan Athletic.
Spurs on the other hand may look into signing Ince as a replacement for Gareth Bale – with the Welshman expected to make the switch to Real Madrid in the near future.
The youngster was a key player in Blackpool’s march in the play-off final last season, before they were beaten by Crystal Palace at the final hurdle.
Ince played 50 matches in all competitions for the Lancashire outfit, scoring 19 goals and providing 15 assists as the winger made the shift from promising youngster to reliable first team star.