January 21, 2024

After ‘high profile’ interest, George Caulkin offers the most recent Newcastle transfer update, saying’senior figures have spoken’.


Newcastle refuses to let go of both in January despite interest January 2024, by


According to George Caulkin, Newcastle United has stated emphatically that they do not wish to move both Callum Wilson and Kieran Trippier during the January transfer window.


German powerhouse Bayern Munich made a loan offer for Trippier, which the Magpies turned down. Wilson has attracted the attention of Atletico Madrid, a formidable Spanish team.


The always trustworthy journalist, writing for The Athletic, claims that Newcastle is determined to keep important first-team players at St James’ Park for the remainder of the campaign.


On X, he penned: “Newcastle maintains that Trippier and Wilson won’t be sold this month despite strong interest; they’re too important to lose.” The players have heard from higher-ups, and they are not demanding to move. That is the current state of affairs.


Important days ahead

There will eventually be a temptation to sell players who are paid well, since the Magpies must let go of some of their players in order to adhere to the PSR regulation.


Nevertheless, they have had a challenging season. Due to injuries and suspensions, Eddie Howe has lost so many important players that it is now hard for the Magpies to keep up any kind of momentum.



It is inconceivable that the team would send important players out on loan in such a situation. Under normal circumstances, Newcastle probably wouldn’t have thought twice about shipping out Trippier, who is getting closer to the end of his playing days.


Neither player is demanding a transfer, and any decision on their futures is likely to be made in the summer.


Journalist Christian Falk of Bild claims that Trippier is being sought by Newcastle for a fee of about £12.8 million, but the entire move might cost up to £30 million when the player’s wage is taken into account.


Bayern will need to make a compelling offer if they are serious about acquiring Trippier. Newcastle, though, is certain that the player will not be sent out on loan this month.

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