Joelinton and Bruno Guimaraes are a desirable combination for Newcastle United, and HITC Football is aware of this.
Newcastle United had an expensive summer in terms of spending, and the Geordie side is now dealing with concerns related to Profit and Sustainability, which kept them from adding any players in January.
HITC sources can reveal that one of their key players might be forced to leave the club due to these concerns. The players in the shop window might be Brazilian midfielder Bruno Guimaraes, Alexander Isak, or Sven Botman.
However, sources have stated that, with the former Lyon star already drawing a lot of interest, Brazilian midfielder Guimaraes is the most probable player to go out of this three.
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Interest in Guimaraes
The Brazilian midfielder has been a fantastic addition to the Geordie midfield since joining the team in the middle of the 2021–2022 relegation struggle, and his efforts were recognized with a new contract.
But because of his success, teams like Real Madrid and Barcelona have expressed interest in signing him. In the Premier League, Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United have all been connected to the Brazilian.
In spite of this, HITC can report that Luis Enrique’s PSG is prepared to make a summertime bid for the Brazilian star, and that the French powerhouses are also showing interest in Guimaraes’ close pal Joelinton.
The duo in Newcastle’s midfield has proven indispensable, with Joelinton’s shift to a midfield role bringing out the best in the former Hoffenheim striker.
Joelinton future HITC has previously revealed that the Brazilian midfielder might be among those cut this summer, with his potentially final game for the team coming from a nasty injury he sustained against Sunderland.
Joelinton’s Newcastle contract expires in2025, however negotiations on a new agreement have stagnated, and manager Eddie Howe has hinted that Joelinton would be sold this summer if one cannot be reached.
Newcastle would have financial freedom to bolster their team without worrying about FFP if they were to sell both Guimaraes and Joelinton this summer.
Dwight Yorke feels the £180 million paid by Liverpool and Arsenal for the two is “money well spent.”