Newcastle ‘reach agreement’ to sell Miguel Almiron as clear-out begins | Football | Sport

“Any decision we make will always be against the backdrop of the medium to long-term benefit for the club. It’s difficult to say specifically on certain players, but I can say that, if we’re going to get to where we want to get to, at times it is necessary to trade your players.”

The club posted a loss of £73.4million for the year ending June 30, 2023, largely due to incoming transfers, which does fall within permitted FFP limits.

However, the approach of the previous few years since their takeover by the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund is not thought to be sustainable and big names will have to leave, with Almiron the first to be faced with exiting St James’ Park.

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