Newcastle United chiefs advance interest in £60m frustrated Arsenal star

Reiss Nelson and Emile Smith Rowe of Arsenal (Photo by James Williamson - AMA/Getty Images)
Reiss Nelson and Emile Smith Rowe of Arsenal (Photo by James Williamson - AMA/Getty Images) /

Newcastle United chiefs are set to book in a meeting to discuss a clear transfer strategy which involves this frustrated £60m-rated Arsenal star.

Newcastle United are back. After starting the season on a bad run, they have plucked together some very impressive results before the international break, and hope to continue the momentum when their action continues.

Some impressive displays against Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City paint the picture of everything Eddie Howe is about – Hard work and confidence. Certainly, those are the philosophies put into practice since he took charge at St James Park.

Thinking ahead to the January transfer window, Eddie Howe would like to bring in some top quality players to transform his squad. Ideally, he would like to provide depth out wide and in the midfield, since this is where injuries have failed him so far this season.

Newcastle United discuss their interest in Arsenal’s Emile Smith Rowe

According to a report from TEAMTALK, Newcastle United chiefs have a meeting booked to discuss their interest in Arsenal star Emile Smith Rowe. The Hale End graduate is thought to be frustrated with his lack of game time, despite the supposed trust from his manager Mikel Arteta.

Boating Champions League experience, the midfielder who is rated at around £60m could be the perfect addition for Eddie Howe as he looks to add to his English core. Furthermore, he’d be reunited with his academy teammate and good friend Joe Willock in the centre of the park, when he eventually returns from injury anyway.

Arsenal will want to keep Emile Smith Rowe, hence why they’ve named a hefty transfer fee for the midfielder. However, we all know that the Magpies have the financial resources should they be desperate to bring him in.

Do you think Emile Smith Rowe would suit Newcastle United?