Eddie Howe 'desperate' to keep Miguel Almiron despite Saudi interest
Miguel Almiron has been linked with a transfer to Saudi clubs
For those who did not see the news about Miguel Almiron’s transfer to Newcastle yesterday, he is expected to be transferred to the Saudi Pro League, where buyers are awaiting his arrival.
What will this signify for Newcastle, though? Eddie Howe has taken on the Paraguay international since he is out of options for wingers.
Howe, however, has already planned and assembled a sizable substitute. The Spurs, who were in the same race as the Toon Army longer, will, nevertheless, present a challenge for him.
“I’m desperate to keep him. There has been noise but hopefully we can keep Miguel. His contribution has been immense”
That’s correct, Eddie Howe is thinking of taking over the Spurs and Antonio Nusa deal, per a Football Insider transfer report. Although the 18-year-old forward for Club Brugge KV is thought to be a direct successor for Miguel Almiron on the right side, his versatility as a front-three player is a big draw.
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Attackers with the ability to cut inside and drift across the field when needed are preferred by Eddie Howe. This strengthens the tremendous fluidity he is attempting to establish at St. James Park, which is important to consider in light of the new tactical changes happening in the Premier League.
Miguel Almiron has had difficulty his entire stay at St. James Park, not just this season. The Paraguay international needed a bit to get used to his new surroundings, and although he has made some progress under Eddie Howe, fans who have always expected something special for him may find him to be frustrating to watch.
This season, Almiron has scored at a few pivotal moments; yet, the odds he has missed much exceed the chances he has wasted. Considering this, Nusa’s signing—who is far more clinical—would undoubtedly be an improvement in the future.
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