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Eddie Howe not interested in Bruno Guimaraes leaving Newcastle

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Newcastle manager Eddie Howe has sent a message of interference to Real Madrid over star player Bruno Guimaraes.

The 24-year-old Brazil international has made a surprising impact in the Premier League since arriving at St James’ Park from Lyon in January for £35million, but if Casemiro heads to Manchester, Spain will be out in the coming days. is linked with the transfer to the capital of United.

When asked if he would consider allowing Guimaraes to leave, Magpies head coach Howe said, “No, absolutely not.

“We are trying to build a team here that we feel can lead the club to success in the years to come. ”

Guimaraes was caught in Newcastle’s Premier League survival battle last season as the club’s new owners spent a lot of money in the winter transfer window. He’s already established himself as not only a Tyneside fan favorite, but a player more commonly admired for his coolness and calmness. ability with the ball.

Howe said:

“That person is a brilliant young man who came here when the club was in relegation battles. You have to remember this. No conditions, no methods, no outs, no exemption, to take the club to the Premier League. wanted to fight to keep

“I thought it showed real human qualities. He’s been all-in since day one and that’s reflected in his performance here.

“Bruno has just started his journey with us. We want him to grow with the team. That’s our goal.”

Newcastle have invested £149 in the last two transfer windows and hope to add more in the next two weeks, but when champions Manchester City arrived in the northeast with Miguel Almiron on Sunday, their Face the severe test of progress. In particular, no extra motivation is needed.

The Paraguayan international said team-mate Jack Grealish was replaced late in the season after he “played like Almiron” after he was caught in a jibe aimed at City’s Riyad Mahrez.

Asked if a player or teammate could seek retaliation on the pitch, Howe said: We have to set our hearts on fire, but we have to play with discipline. we can’t lose it. “

Meanwhile, Amanda Stavely is set to keep a key role at St. James’ Park despite the imminent arrival of new CEO Darren Eels.

The Eels are set to begin work on Monday after being lured northeast from MLS side Atlanta United, with Staveley taking over the club’s day-to-day operations and leading last year’s Saudi-backed acquisition to make the shift. After a hectic first 10 months at Tyneside that enabled her to focus.

The PA news agency said the advisory agreement signed with Staveley’s PCP Capital Partners, which owns 10% of the club, remains in effect, and the presence of the Eels is important in addition to the presence of sporting director Dan Ashworth. I understand that it mitigates the initial situation. burden on financiers.