Newcastle Almeria put a lot of pressure on their star striker and suffered a setback in their pursuit of Umar Sadiq.

Eddie Hawe was denied the opportunity to take control of the Maggie’s first game at the weekend after confirming his capture at Covid-19 last week.

The former Bournemouth boss was named the club’s new manager at the start of the month following the departure of Steve Bruce in October following the end of the Saudi-dominated Newcastle mega deal.

The new owners have replaced Bruce Howe after expressing their desire for the North East club to be honored and for Newcastle to become an international football force.

Despite a stunning 3-3 win over Brentford on Saturday, Norwich are bottom of the Premier League following a crucial win over Southampton.

The new Newcastle owners are expected to invest heavily in the club when the January transfer window opens, but their hopes of further firefight have been dashed.

The Jordanian club are reportedly interested in bringing Nigerian striker Sadiq to St James’ Park in January for £ 15m.

according to The world of sports, Seganda Division are demanding £ 50m for 24-year-old former Rangers Heathman – በላይ 35m more than they thought Newcastle would pay.

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