The Newcastle United F.C transfer scandal is about to pick up speed, and a brutal transfer decision regarding the 30-year-old midfielder Miguel Almiron has been made - soocer442
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The Newcastle United F.C transfer scandal is about to pick up speed, and a brutal transfer decision regarding the 30-year-old midfielder Miguel Almiron has been made

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Finally, Miguel Almiron’s trip to the Copa America is over. The Newcastle United star is likely to be involved in a few trade rumors when he gets back.

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, Miguel Almiron’s poor Copa America season came to an end when the Newcastle United winger was brutally hooked during halftime of his country’s 2-1 loss to Costa Rica.

The Albirroja are at the bottom of their group after this close loss. They didn’t get a single point against their foes from last night, Brazil or Colombia. Almiron started the last game, but he got a yellow card early and had to be removed at halftime.

Daniel Garnero, the under-fire manager of Paraguay, said at the end of the game, “It was a bad tournament, you played badly.” “The association asked me to be here, and if they don’t want me to keep working for them, that’s their choice.” I need to talk to them about that.”

The Newcastle United F.C transfer scandal is about to pick up speed, and a brutal transfer decision regarding the 30-year-old midfielder Miguel Almiron has been made

Almiron will now have some free time before going back to Newcastle’s Benton HQ at the end of the month. There is still talk about his future on Tyneside, and the transfer drama is about to get worse.

People in Saudi Arabia like the 30-year-old player, and some Premier League teams have been linked with a summer move for him. A Saudi Pro League team called Al-Shabab was interested in Almiron in January, but he decided to stay at St. James’ Park.

Newcastle has eased the financial pressure that came from profit and sustainability rules [PSR], at least for now. However, they will still try to get rid of star players before the September transfer deadline. Many of the team’s assets can be sold, but Eddie Howe is not in a hurry to do so. Almiron is one of them.

The former Atlanta United midfielder has been a big part of Newcastle’s plans since they took over, and the manager has a lot of faith in him. If a big offer comes in, Howe might have to let Almiron go, but it won’t be easy for any club to make the deal happen.

There were rumors again in January that Almiron might be leaving the team. Howe said, “This year he’s worked incredibly hard and been reliable for us.”

“He’s always been healthy and hasn’t missed many games, which has been very important for us when a lot of our attacking players have been hurt.” “I don’t think he’s underrated because of who he is or what he does on the field, so of course I want to keep him.”







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