Breaking: Newcastle United To Make An Important Clearout This Summer

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Newcastle United allegedly plan a crucial clearout in the summer transfer window in preparation for their first complete season under the club’s ownership of a Saudi Arabian.

Futballnews reports that the Magpies have enjoyed a great turnaround in their form right under Eddie Howe, and are on an eight-match undefeated streak in the Premier League which has helped them go clear of the relegation places, however the club are eager to continue advancing the playing staff in the summer.

As gathered from the Times, Newcastle are also lining up the sale of seven (7) first-team players, all of whom were registered for a sum of over 70 million pounds.

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The club are determined to offload Dwight Gayle, Miguel Almiron, Jamal Lewis, Ciaran Clark, and Isaac Hayden. More so, they will attend to offers on Emil Krafth and Karl Darlow.

Futballnews reports that Newcastle spent a sum of about 90m pounds in the just concluded January transfer window on Chris Wood, Kieran Trippier, Bruno Guimaraes, Dan Burn and Matt Targett.

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Therefore, In the summer, they are willing to offload some of their first-team players so as to ensure space for the arrival of the new set of players as they focus on upgrading the squad and consistently push up the table.

On the other news, Fabian Schar is ready to stay at the club after his future had been in shakes under Steve Bruce’s direction as coach, and the club will resume talks to prolong the 30-year-old’s contract beyond this summer.

Additionally, Newcastle are silently pushing to provide their training ground a short-term facelift, as they weigh up whether to stay at their present facility or transfer to a another training ground, of which Howe alluded to in his press conference on Friday.

He said; “We are trying to improve things, particularly shorter term, however long term I think the club have great ambitions for the training facilities although I don’t know how long that will be” Howe concluded.

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