On the eve of the new Premier League season, NUFC have announced Isaac Hayden has extended his contract until 2026, while Karl Darlow is now contracted to the club until 2025.
As I write this, we’ve had confirmation that NUFC have had a bid of £20m accepted for Callum Wilson. With just the agreement of personal terms, and completion of a medical required before the England international can officially become a Newcastle United player.
In the latest set of rumours circulating the North East, it is reported that Matt Ritchie will be used in a combined player and cash deal for Bournemouth striker, Callum Wilson. If the club do manage to get this deal ‘over the line’ it would mark the end the era for the Scot’s angry, yet wildly entertaining spell in the North East.
With the transfer window open, and confusion still reigning over the ownership of Newcastle United, we are potentially in a very vulnerable position. If rival clubs were to lure our players away from the North East for their current Market Value, would we be getting a fair deal?
In this edition of NUFC Hotspot Opinions we give our views on the best transfer window our club has witnessed under the stewardship of Mike Ashley. Hopefully when the takeover finally gets completed, transfers windows can soon revert to being periods of anticipation and excitement for our fans, rather than frustrations and gloom.
In this edition of NUFC Hotspot Opinions we give our views on the prospect of Jose Mourinho one day sitting in the NUFC managerial hotseat. Of course, any prospect of this occurring depends entirely on the outcome of the takeover, but even with financial backing would the Portuguese manager be a good fit at St James’ Park?
The first link many football fans make as they think of Newcastle United is the Premier Leagues top goalscorer, Alan Shearer. We take a look at the best 5 strikers to bang in the goals for Newcastle United since his departure.
Following on from our worst 5 moments of the current campaign, we take a look at the best 5 moments of the 2019/20 season. There is a general feeling of negativity around the football played this year, which is justifiable, however we have also been treated to some moments that will live long in theContinue reading “NUFC Hotspot Opinions: Top 5 Moments of 2019/20”
To kick off the brand new series of NUFC Hotspot Opinions, we discuss the five lowest points of our current campaign. Although the season is currently unfinished, the return of football, scheduled for June 17th, will no doubt have a whole new feeling to it. We thought now would be the perfect time to reflect on a turbulent season so far.