Newcastle United transfer & takeover news: Striker interest cooled as under-fire Miguel Almiron is thrust under the spotlight
Newcastle United Steve Bruce is tracking Jarrod Bowen at former club Hull City – but the odds are against a January move.
Bowen, signed by Bruce as an unknown in 2014 during his time on Humberside, has scored 12 goals so far this season.
Bruce, United’s head coach, believes that free-scoring Bowen is the pick of the talent in the Championship but the Magpies look like backing away from a winter window move.
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This former Steve Bruce defender at Aston Villa thinks this United side has definite echoes of what the manager served up at Villa Park.
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And finally, the signing of Miguel Almiron has many a Newcastle United fan scratching their head.
On the one hand they see a player with boundless amounts of energy, endeavour and graft, pace to burn and a top class attitude. But flip it round the other way and the statistics don’t lie – Almiron is yet to score or register and assist in 23 games at United. For a Premier League forward, that's just not good enough.
So why did former boss Rafa Benitez see fit to blow a reported £21million on the Paraguayan in his final play at United manager? And why has Steve Bruce until this point persisted with former Atlanta United attacker Almiron?
Here American journalist Roberto Rojas, who has roots in Paraguay, makes a case FOR 'Miggy' using his international form and a switch in manager and position to justify his stance.