Eddie Howe, the manager of Newcastle United, has a £50 million January transfer plan in place in response to transfer concerns.


Newcastle manager Eddie Howe responds to transfer concerns by announcing a £50 million January spending plan.

Eddie Howe was named the new manager of Newcastle United earlier this month.

Eddie Howe has defended his transfer record after criticism that a number of his signings failed at Bournemouth when he was in charge.

Following their mega-money takeover, Howe was named as the Magpies’ head coach earlier this month.

Howe signed Callum Wilson, Nathan Ake, and Matt Ritchie during his time on the south coast, and they all had success at the Vitality Stadium before moving on for big money.

During Howe’s brief tenure at Burnley, he also brought in Kieran Tripper, Danny Ings, and Ben Mee.

However, the 43-year-old has had some transfer market misfortunes.

Dominic Solanke, Jordan Ibe, Jefferson Lerma, and Diego Rico cost Bournemouth a total of £71 million thanks to Howe’s persuasion.

And in Dorset, all four players pretended to beguile.

“We made some very, very good signings and some very, very bad signings,” Howe admitted.

“I never signed a player I didn’t want, but I always say it was a team effort.”

“As long as you get more right than wrong, which I believe we did at Bournemouth, I believe you can succeed.”

I would definitely say that if you look at the signings as a whole and go over each one individually.

“Unfortunately, the negative ones are given more attention than the positive ones, but that is the nature of the beast.”

“However, given the demands on my time as a manager, I believe it is a collaborative effort.”

“You can’t be everywhere, and you can’t be watching targets somewhere else, so the people who bring the players to you have to be excellent.”

Newcastle are reportedly planning a £50 million January transfer window in order to bring in players who can help them avoid relegation to the Championship.

The north east side is currently in the Premier League’s relegation zone and has yet to win a game this season.

Howe will be under pressure to sign players who can make an immediate impact at St James’ Park, and the former Newcastle defender says he would be willing to collaborate with a transfer chief to ensure the Magpies make the right decisions.

“For me, having a structure at the top level of the game is critical,” Howe continued.

“You have a structure that is whatever structure that is.”

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