Unless they can offload players, the club will face the challenge of managing a very limited transfer budget within the current Profit and Sustainability Rules framework.

Two players who have been rumored to potentially leave the squad this summer are Alexander Isak and Bruno Guimaraes. However, Howe has recently expressed his desire to retain both players and build the team around them.

While there has been ongoing speculation about Guimaraes’ future throughout the season, with Paris Saint-Germain reportedly interested, Isak has garnered attention for his impressive performance, scoring 19 goals this season, and has been linked with clubs like Arsenal.

This season has highlighted the importance of bolstering the squad with talented players to provide depth and mitigate the impact of injuries on the starting lineup.


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Howe has acknowledged that the upcoming transfer window could be challenging to navigate, stating, “It’s going to be a difficult summer,” as reported by The Athletic.

“It will be challenging to prepare for what’s going to happen because there are a lot of unknown factors heading into the summer, so I won’t say which positions we want to improve because I already know where I want to take the team.”

Newcastle United have spent heavily under PIF

With the two summer transfer windows that have passed since the new ownership took over, Newcastle has made some noteworthy acquisitions.

They, like with a lot of other elite teams, will be careful not to overspend this summer too, as they risk losing points for going against PSR regulations.

It’s probable that modifications to the current system may be made in June, which might have an impact on the types of businesses they are allowed to do.

Howe will be hoping for success next season with Newcastle

The Newcastle boss will be looking to turn around his squad after this season’s lackluster performance.

They would like to replicate their Champions League qualification from the previous season.


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