Eddie Howe, the head coach of Newcastle United, has dismissed speculation linking his team with moves for Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar. Howe emphasized the importance of discovering future stars before they gain worldwide recognition for their talents and admitted that Newcastle cannot afford transfers of Ronaldo and Neymar’s magnitude. Howe stated that Newcastle would need to unearth young talents and develop them into world-class players. Newcastle’s current investments in their team have been relatively modest compared to the current big spenders in the Premier League. The current high-flying team has been linked with big-money moves since the Saudi-backed consortium took over in October 2021. Howe acknowledged that the speculation surrounding top players in the world would always surround Newcastle, but it was vital to bring in the right players to develop as a team. The head coach emphasized that the transfer market was a complex decision, requiring thorough financial and scouting considerations before making any move. Reports suggest that Lionel Messi could be offered a £320million per year package to move to Saudi Arabia’s Pro League this summer.
Eddie Howe, Newcastle manager, provides feedback on rumors linking Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar to the club.
- 6 May 2023
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