Newcastle transfer news: Eddie Howe ready to sell homegrown talent to fund future signings

In today’s Newcastle transfer news – Eddie Howe is prepared to sell Sean Longstaff who is a homegrown talent to make funds for future signings.
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Newcastle United are desperate to boost their squad in the upcoming transfer windows. One of the biggest problems they will face is having adequate funds to sign their transfer targets due to Financial Fair Play restrictions. One solution to this would be to sell the existing players. There is no doubt to be successful, Newcastle United have to be ruthless. The players that the manager Eddie Howe would think are not good enough or underperforming for years should be sold to make way for new players. In this regard, Newcastle boss, Eddie Howe has chosen the first player that he would sell to bring in profit for the club and that player is Sean Longstaff. The homegrown talent is looking likely to be the first player that would be sold by the Magpies. Thus, fans will get more Newcastle transfer news on Sean Longstaff.

Newcastle transfer news: Sean Longstaff is up for sale

According to ChronicleLive, Sean Longstaff is up for sale. That is the position of the Magpies. The report emerges only after his match-winning performance in the Tyne-Wear derby where Newcastle beat Sunderland in the FA Cup. It was a much-needed win for Howe. Apart from the win, the one thing fans would have enjoyed is seeing The Magpies dominate The Black Cats. But, Newcastle fans are realistic about what this team can do and understand the need for reinforcements so that the Magpies can produce similar performances against the top Premier League sides. To make new signings, Newcastle must sell players. Longstaff is a homegrown talent and selling him would mean 100% profit for the club as he played for Newcastle from the beginning. Many clubs are monitoring the situation with Longstaff and thus, you will get more Newcastle transfer news on Sean Longstaff in the coming days.

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