Mercato: Newcastle will not be built "revolution" Despite its Saudi owners this summer

Eddie Howe has assured that the “revolution everyone thinks about” will not happen this summer in the Magpies. The manager of Newcastle, who last became the world’s richest club, does not want the workforce to be turned upside down.

Those hoping to see magpies igniting the transfer window next summer will be a little disappointed. As Eddie Howe assured on Friday, Newcastle, which has become the world’s richest club since its acquisition by Saudi Arabia’s investment fund last fall, should not splurge on the next window of transfer.

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Newcastle’s manager assured, “I am happy with this team, assuming that nothing is set in stone. You must continue to improve and develop, so I have no problem looking outside and saying that We need some things. But I don’t think this will be the revolution everyone thinks about.”

About 110 million euros were spent this summer

Since the appointment of Eddie Howe in November 2021, Newcastle have been doing much better than they were at the start of the season. Unable to win a single match in the first 15 days of the Premier League, the Magpies are now 15th in the Championship and have a 10-point lead over the Red Zone.

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Eddie Howe continued, “It’s not just about signing someone, and it’s never going to be my way of doing things anyway, because everyone has to fit into the structure of the team.” Fundamental to our future, so for all these different reasons, I think there will never be a big change.”

This winter, Newcastle secured the services of Bruno Guimaraes (50 million euros), Kieran Trippier (15 million euros), Chris Wood (30 million euros) and Dan Byrne (15 million euros) for 90 million pounds (Euro). 110 million euros). ,

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