It appears that not everyone at Newcastle is on board with Eddie Howe’s plans, with one of his first-team players presumably waiting for the ideal moment to leave St. James’ Park.

It’s always difficult for a manager to not only be able to buy the proper players while a team is in transition, but also to know when it’s time to let others go.


That might mean extended periods on the bench, which effectively says everything by saying nothing, with players ultimately getting tired of not playing and so saving the club a job in getting rid of them.

Paul Dummett and Loris Karius commit futures to Newcastle with new deals

Loris Karius has scarcely played for the club in recent seasons, and while that would be reason enough to seek alternative employment, the goalie has a much more personal motivation.

According to Corriere della Sera, he wants to be closer to his wife and kid, who live in Italy, albeit that may not be his final playing destination.

“It is a possible solution that I am considering.” It is possible that it will occur in the future. I used to watch Inter, Milan, and Juventus games on TV when I was a kid. But I don’t want to relocate solely for the sake of Aria (daughter) and Diletta (wife). “I’m looking for a good job opportunity,” he said in an interview with the site.

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