Eddie Howe has challenged Joelinton to play himself into Brazil’s World Cup squad after watching him transform his career at Newcastle. The South American endured two miserable years on Tyneside following his switch from Hoffenheim in July 2019 after the Magpies paid a club-record £40million for a striker who struggled for goals.
Steve Bruce is on the hunt for a centre-back this summer with Kean Bryan, Cedric Kipre and Kyle Bartley having uncertain futures at West Bromwich Albion, but the latest name on the Baggies’ radar is surprising. Newcastle World say West Brom are interested in Ciaran Clark and Bruce might have the edge in negotiations having managed the 32-year-old at Newcastle United before.
Steve Bruce now singles out 'Prime' target for major West Brom transfer - report West Brom want to sign Newcastle United defender Ciaran Clark in the upcoming summer transfer window, according to Newcastle World. The online outlet have reported on their website that the Magpies have opened the exit door, despite the Irishman having a deal until 2023 at St James’ Park.
Newcastle United will move on a number of long-serving players this summer but is very conscious of bringing in signings who will fill that void and understand what it means to play for the club Eddie Howe Eddie Howe has admitted it is 'vitally important' that Newcastle United sign players who understand what it means to play for the club as a number of stalwarts potentially bid farewell this summer.
Co-owner Amanda Staveley was determined to ensure two players with uncertain futures felt a big part of celebrations last night Newcastle United co-owner Amanda Staveley wanted to share some of the post-game magic moments with two players the club would like to stay next season after the stunning victory over Arsenal.
As this “Jeckyll and Hyde” season draws to a close, Eddie Howe will need to start turning his attention towards his first full season in charge. This means not only drawing up plans for acquisitions, but deciding who needs to make way in the squad.
What Eddie Howe’s strongest Newcastle United starting XI would look like based on who’s most likely to be at St James’s Park next season
It could be a transformative summer at Newcastle United, however, there won’t be a ‘revolution’ of the whole first-team squad. Whilst there will be money available to spend on the squad, Eddie Howe has tempered expectations by reiterating that it will be a case of ‘evolution’ rather than ‘revolution’ next season.
Former Premier League striker Kevin Campbell has predicted a mass squad overhaul at Newcastle United in the upcoming summer transfer window. The lowdown: A new era awaits at Newcastle Following the completion of the protracted takeover in 2021, newly-appointed Toon manager Eddie Howe was able to sign Bruno Guimaraes, Dan Burn, Kieran Trippier, Matt Targett and Chris Wood during the January transfer window.
RUTHLESS Eddie Howe will wield the axe in a summer cull at Newcastle - with ten stars facing the chop. The Toon boss insisted after Sunday’s 5-0 thrashing at Manchester City that he will discard those he “loves” as they try to close the gap to the Prem leaders.
The Magpies' all-time record vs City is: 72 wins, 40 draws and 73 defeats despite losing 25 of their last 31 outings against the champions You do not have to be a diehard Newcastle United supporter to know they have been on the wrong end of many Manchester City beatings in recent years.
Paul Dummett believes Newcastle United are at a hugely exciting juncture in their history after signing a one-year deal to extend his stay at the club. What’s the latest Newcastle United news? The defender, one of few academy graduates to have made himself a presence in the first-team over the years, was handed another 12 months at the club he joined at the age of 9.
But in order to bring players into the club, players will have to leave. As it stands, Newcastle have around 30 senior first-team players contracted but Eddie Howe is only able to name 25 in his squad for Premier League matches next season. Offloading players quickly will be just as important as bringing people in this summer with the transfer window opening on June 10.
Joelinton has excelled in the midfielder under Eddie Howe but what does the future hold for the Brazillan With Newcastle United now all but safe from relegation to the Championship, Eddie Howe can now start to look toward the summer. There are several players with question marks over their future but perhaps one of the biggest choices Howe has to make is over a player that has arguably had the biggest improvement under his management - Joelinton.
The Magpies spent £91million in January but Eddie Howe will have to move players on to recruit new targets in the next few months this time Eddie Howe believes the "natural flow" of football means he will have to deliver some disappointing news to some of his squad players this summer.
Jonjo Shelvey may be left fearing for his future as Newcastle United are said to be interested in making a move for midfielder Adrien Rabiot. After the Magpies’ takeover, a number of players were cast aside from first-team plans to make way for new exciting signings. The likes of Ciaran Clark and Isaac Hayden were left out of the 25-man Premier League squad for the second half of the season, while Bruno Guimaraes and Dan Burn were among those to arrive in January.
Up to 10 Newcastle United players could leave St James’ Park this summer, including defenders Jamal Lewis and Ciaran Clark, claims transfer insider Dean Jones. The Tyneside club were active in the last window, and it looks like it will be a similar theme in the upcoming one.
Sky Sports reporter Keith Downie reckons that Fabian Schar would have felt that his Newcastle career was over earlier this season. The 69-cap Switzerland international had fallen out of favour under Steve Bruce, only winning his place back once Eddie Howe arrived back in October. How has Schar performed this season?