Howe proudly confirms that Almiron will stay at Newcastle.

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Newcastle manager Eddie Howe has personally confirmed that Paraguayan winger Miguel Almiron will remain with the Newcastle after the January transfer window.

The 29-year-old has been link with a move to Saudi Arabian club Al Shabaab throughout January.

“I am sure he will stay for now. And I’m delight because he’s an important player for us,” Howe said.

“He is a very nice and professional person. There has been a lot of speculation from the media about him. But it didn’t affect him at all.”

“He didn’t feel like his body was at its best. But he came on the field for the team and performed very well.”

Rumors about Almiron’s future come amid suggestions from chief executive Darren Els that the Magpies will have to sell players before signing new contracts. Due to the limitations of financial regulations

Newcastle is own by the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF), but Al Shabaab is not one of the teams owned by PIF. ทางเข้า ufabet

Almiron joined the club for £20m in 2019 and has made 196 appearances for the club, including 32 this season.

Newcastle head coach Eddie Howe, in his pre-game press conference before facing Aston Villa, emphasized the club’s priority in this transfer window is to retain its players while confirming that Miggy’s absence from the 2-0 victory over Fulham in the fourth round of the FA Cup last Saturday was in fact due to an illness and no transfer-related reasons.

Miggy appear in the game against Villa on Tuesday coming off the pine and crossing the ball that end up in the net by way of an Alex Moreno own goal, putting Newcastle up 3-0 before Aston Villa cut the Magpies’ lead to 3-1 in what was the final score of the Premier League clash play yesterday.

Earlier this month, an approach from Bayern Munich for Kieran Trippier was also reject by Newcastle after the German giants tried to lowball the Magpies to no avail. England striker Callum Wilson, also available for sale, has not yet attract any bids and a loan bid by La Liga’s Atletico Madrid was also report reject earlier this month.