Newcastle United are struggling to dump Dwight Gayle, Jeff Hendrick and Ciaran Clark as a result of Premier League trio’s hefty pay packets, as reported by The Athletic.
Between them, Gayle, Hendrick and Clark reportedly set the Magpies again greater than £100,000-a-week (Spotrac). Pocket change to Newcastle’s Saudi Arabian homeowners, perhaps, however these on Tyneside gained’t want reminding that £100,000 could possibly be higher spent elsewhere.
That is much less, for example, than the likes of Sven Botman can be anticipated to earn at St James’ Park.
Understandably, discovering golf equipment keen to take Gayle, Hendrick and Clark off Newcastle’s books – with all three gamers rumoured to take residence round £30 to £40,000-a-week – is proving to be simpler stated than carried out. Especially when you think about that the seldom-seen trio are prone to command extra curiosity from the Championship reasonably than amongst rival top-flight golf equipment.
Newcastle need to promote Gayle, Clark and Hendrick
As reported by The Athletic, Newcastle have transfer-listed a number of undesirable gamers. New sporting director Dan Ashworth is proposing preliminary mortgage offers that would finally flip into everlasting transfers.
Clark, a Republic of Ireland worldwide, has not featured in 2022, overlooked of Eddie Howe’s 25-man Premier League squad. Hendrick struggled to make an impression out on mortgage at Queens Park Rangers.
Gayle, in the meantime, has performed simply six minutes of Premier League soccer for the reason that flip of the 12 months. Middlesbrough, Watford and former employers West Brom all reportedly eager with a now-32-year-old goal-poacher who boasts an excellent report within the second tier.
The already out-of-favour Gayle will fall additional down Howe’s pecking order if Newcastle lastly land Hugo Ekitike. The membership’s ongoing pursuit of Botman, in the meantime, ought to spell the tip of Clark’s Magpies profession.
“It’s a strong possibility (that I’ve played my final game for Newcastle),” Hendrick stated a few weeks in the past.
“I wouldn’t say I was unfortunate as I got to go to a massive club. A great club. I played a lot of games under Steve Bruce.
“Newcastle have done really well and brought some good players in. I can admit their midfield is very strong with the additions in January. I’d imagine they will strengthen the whole squad again in the summer.”
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