In Newcastle’s transfer blitz, Eddie Howe has been told to focus on two priorities – EXCLUSIVE


In Newcastle’s transfer blitz, Eddie Howe has been told to focus on two priorities – EXCLUSIVE

Chris Kamara tells Express Sport where Newcastle manager Eddie Howe can improve his squad in January in an exclusive interview.

Eddie Howe has been given two goals for the January transfer window as he attempts to steer Newcastle away from Premier League relegation.

Chris Kamara, a legendary Sky Sports reporter, has revealed the key areas in which Howe’s side must improve if they are to avoid relegation.

The Tyneside club is currently in 19th place in the league, having only won one game so far this season.

They are, however, in the unique position of having recently been purchased by a consortium with the Saudi Public Investment Fund as the majority shareholder.

It means Newcastle will be able to spend a lot of money to help them avoid relegation.

They’ve already confirmed the £12 million signing of England defender Kieran Trippier and have been linked with a number of top-level players around the world.

However, Kamara believes Howe can improve Newcastle in two more ways after taking over from Steve Bruce in November.

One of them is to construct a team around Allan Saint-Maximin, the team’s star winger.

The other option is to sign defenders to stem the tide of goals being scored against the Toon Army.

In only 19 Premier League games, Newcastle has conceded 42 goals.

Four or five players, according to Kamara, should be signed as soon as possible.

“The more high-level players they can sign, the better.”

Build your team around [Allan] Saint-Maximin because he is a fantastic player.

“Bring in players of his caliber,” he told Express Sport exclusively.

“The first thing Howe must do is stop the goals from being scored.

Build from the ground up, knowing that if your Saint-Maximin is in good shape, he will give you a chance.

“I don’t believe one player will solve the problem; I believe they must demonstrate their commitment by signing four or five players.”

They must be present for the next Premier League match.”

Kamara was speaking ahead of a collaboration with Football Beyond Borders and eBay.

Fans can win the chance to see Roberto Carlos of Brazil or Eni Aluko of England play for the Sunday League team.

With the proceeds going to disadvantaged young people, Kamara will provide commentary.

“You have a chance to meet Roberto Carlos and.

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