Newcastle’s bid for a £ 20m PL star will ‘persuade’ ASM, Bruce to stay

Newcastle United will apply to Joe Willock within the hopes that he will even persuade Allan Saint-Maximin and Steve Bruce to stay on the membership, in keeping with studies.

The 21-year-old Arsenal midfielder scored his sixth goal in as many Premier League video games because the Magpies in. Wednesday’s 1-0 victory over Sheffield United undergrad, taking his rely to seven since he arrived at St James’ Park in January.

If that does not win him a job in Arsenal’s boss Mikel Arteta’s plans for subsequent season, Newcastle can be on the top of what’s positive to be a rising list of suitors.


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Bruce has already acknowledged his intention to have a chat with the Gunners concerning the player’s future and Willock has indicated that he’ll hearken to what the Tyneside membership has to say.

When requested what message he had for followers that urged him to stay throughout and after the sport, Willock said NUFC TV: “I wish to say thanks for making me really feel so welcome and thanks for greeting me with open arms.

“I hope you might be happy with what I’ve donated to the membership up to now and hope there may be extra to continue within the future. I am not going to vow something, however the dialog goes to happen. ”

And now the Every day Telegraph claims that Newcastle ‘will make an offer and if they’ll sign the favored Willock he ought to persuade Allan Saint-Maximin to stay.’

The Magpies are ‘more and more assured that the player is ready to leave London’ this summer season whereas ‘Arsenal are open to the concept of ​​promoting England’s under-21 international to fund their pursuit of Real Madrid’s Martin Odegaard. ‘

Willock is described as a ‘in style dressing room’ member in Newcastle and his arrival would go an extended solution to ‘assist discourage’ Saint-Maximin and Bruce from leaving.

It is understood the Magpies are ready to place the cash collectively to sign ‘Willock – whose asking value is more likely to be round £ 20m – with Bruce making him his’ primary precedence’ in the summertime switch window .

Proprietor Mike Ashley is the one one who may stand in the way in which of a potential agreement with the membership’s present switch finances which is regarded as ‘nearly nonexistent’.

The Every day Telegraph provides that Bruce may ‘stroll away’ if he doesn’t have a finances to sign players who can move Newcastle to the top half subsequent season.

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