Eddie Howe provided updates on various areas of interest in Newcastle United this Friday morning.
The NUFC head coach confirmed that the Newcastle United team will visit Saudi Arabia after the match in Leeds, as the interval between matches is 17 days.
As Newcastle United aims to win the relegation battle, Eddie Howe believes that “from a team perspective, trying to bring unity and team spirit may be really beneficial.”
Earlier on Saturday, Howe said Matt Ritchie had new injuries to his knee problems, but head coaches were pleased with Dwight Gayle’s return and Ciaran Clark. I believe that he is approaching his return.The club released on Wednesday Photo gallery from training While Gail is participating. Neither Ritchie nor Clark was visible, so the pair doesn’t seem to be involved in Elland Road.
Callum Wilson and Isaac Hayden are definitely missing, but these training photos also show no signs of Federico Fernandez, and he is set not to do that either. Mankilo is back available after an interruption in one match. Neither Chris Wood nor Kieran Trippier were seen in Wednesday’s training photos, but Eddie Howe didn’t mention anything, so it seems an innocent explanation for their absence.
When it comes to transfer status, Howe admits this week the frustration that no further breakthroughs are possible.Thursday brought the news that there is still hope Diego Carlos You can sign, but earlier this morning David Ornstein revealed that Newcastle is throwing everything into the signature. Jesse Lingard, Newcastle may have a deal to buy Lingard from Manchester United, but players have a demotion release clause.
Eddie Howe points out the important point that he must be the signed “right player”, not everyone.
Talking to eddie howe BBC Newcastle Before Playing Leeds – January 21, 2022:
“I’m a little worried about Matt Ritchie, who has knee problems.
“Ciaran Clark is on the verge of returning.
“Dwight Gayle is back, but he’s only been trained for a day. I’m really happy he’s back.”
“It was a tough week in the transfer market.
“I found it very difficult to close a transaction.
“Any transfer has a combination of things that need to go your way, and if any of them disagree with you, you can’t bring in a player.
“Many people have spent a lot of time and effort. [at the club]..
“I would like to reiterate that the right players need to be involved.
“Freeing players from despair or panicking is not the route we need to get off.”
Check out a Saudi Arabia trip with a 17-day gap between Leeds Away and Everton Home:
“That’s the plan.
“From a team perspective, trying to bring unity and team spirit can be really beneficial.
“I think it’s a good idea to do whatever you can to bring the group together.”
– Soccer Sports
Eddie Howe hopes that injuries, transfer status, and “unity” could be the result of a trip to Saudi Arabia
https://www.themag.co.uk/2022/01/eddie-howe-on-injuries-transfer-situation-and-hopes-unity-can-be-outcome-of-saudi-arabia-trip-newcastle-united/ Eddie Howe hopes that injuries, transfer status, and “unity” could be the result of a trip to Saudi Arabia