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The Newcastle owners have made a big decision about January in the past few days, Howe will be delighted.

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In recent days, the Newcastle owners have taken a significant decision regarding January; Howe will be ecstatic.Although Christmas is quickly approaching, Eddie Howe, the manager of Newcastle United, will be eagerly awaiting the opening of the January transfer window.

LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 19: Eddie Howe, Manager of Newcastle United applauds fans following their sides defeat after a penalty shoot out i the Carabao Cup Quarter Final match between Chelsea and Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge on December 19, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

A few gifts from the proprietors would be appreciated by the Toon manager in the new year, as his squad is currently decimated by injuries.Injury and suspension have severely overburdened the Newcastle squad, preventing the club from contending on multiple fronts. One cannot help but speculate whether our progress in the Champions League and Carabao Cup would have been possible if not for the unavailability of so many players.

 

Although Toon supporters may speculate about potential outcomes, Eddie Howe remains unburdened by the past. He will prioritize the future by ensuring Newcastle’s success in the latter half of the season.

 

To accomplish this, he will require assistance from the proprietors. Fortunately, it appears that he will obtain precisely that.Even more eager to acquire new players during the January transfer window are Newcastle proprietors.

The Athletic reports that the Newcastle proprietors intend to support Howe in January and provide him with the necessary funds to acquire new players.

 

They further state that although loan deals are the most probable course of action, one or two permanent signings could potentially come at St James’ Park the following month. The Athletic reports that the proprietors’ support for strengthening the squad in January has increased in recent days.Given that all parties are tugging in the same direction, the January transfer window may prove to be quite eventful. Newcastle must address a number of positions, and it will be intriguing to observe which players the club targets in an effort to support their manager while adhering to financial fair play regulations.

 

Newcastle could resolve the following three issues in January:

An attacker must be at the very top of the list of priorities for Newcastle. The Magpies have been severely hampered in that area due to injuries; therefore, St James’ Park would welcome an additional wide player.

 

Considering the situation with Sandro Tonali, the club will likely be eager to acquire a midfielder as well. An investigation into his betting activities by the Italian Football Federation has resulted in a suspension until August 2024. The leading candidate to replace Tonali appears to be Kalvin Phillips, whose transfer to Tyneside has been extensively linked to the 28-year-old.In addition, a goalkeeper may be considered, as Nick Pope is expected to miss several months due to shoulder surgery. During his absence, Newcastle’s primary goalkeeper once more is Martin Dubravka.

 

Due to the need for multiple players and the eagerness of the ownership to assist the manager, Newcastle supporters should anticipate a hectic start to 2024.

 

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