Shock Allan Saint-Maximin claims emerge – NUFC to sell if new asking price is met this summer?

According to the Daily Mail, Newcastle could be ready to sell Allan Saint-Maximin if an offer of £50 million arrives this summer.

The Frenchman has been key to a lot of our attacking threat since signing for the club back in 2019, but the report claims he could be one of 10 possible outgoings as Eddie Howe seeks to build funds for a revamp of the squad. 

Over his three seasons at the club, the 25-year-old has been a fan favourite and the source of most of the excitement in what was a dull couple of years under Steve Bruce, making this a story that will be taken with a pinch of salt by many on Tyneside.

There is reportedly £60 million already available to spend in the summer window – a figure that could be boosted through player sales.

However, the sale of the French winger – who still has four years left on his contract – would come as a shock to most fans due to his importance to the team and the rapport he has already built with supporters particularly on social media. 

He need to offer more off the ball, but I struggle to believe our new owners are ready to sell our most talented player in their first summer transfer window in charge!

4 thoughts on “Shock Allan Saint-Maximin claims emerge – NUFC to sell if new asking price is met this summer?

  1. If true and that’s debatable let’s get real 50 million would take the money and run we all might as well be honest and compare him to spurs two wide men they were in a different league to him especially son plus the French obviously don’t rate him take the money and but better


  2. Who do they speak to for the crap they come out with?

    It’s not a shock he’s overrated thanks to Bruce. Doesn’t pass can’t finish can’t cross just a good dribbler… until he loses the ball. Wed be luck to get £25-30 mil for him.

    Fan favourite? To who? The ones that watch the highlights lol


  3. These footballers start believing some of the hype that is spoke about them.then add in a greedy agent hungry for his commission and you can see where it starts. But also I’ve seen it many times when star players who’ve done nothing after leaving Newcastle wished they had never left .


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