The highly regarded winger for Newcastle United has revealed that an injury has ended his season.

Newcastle United’s young talent, Trevan Sanusi, has revealed that his debut season has been cut short. The 16-year-old joined Newcastle from Birmingham City last summer, reportedly drawing interest from top clubs like Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester City.

After that, Sanusi made 22 appearances for the club’s academy, primarily with the under-18s, though he also made appearances for the under-21s in the UEFA Youth League.

However, Sanusi will not be playing any more in the 2023–24 campaign, which is less than one month away. He posted a statement on Instagram confirming his injuries, saying, “It hurt to end my season short due to injury, but I will be back stronger.”


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Sanusi, who turns 17 later this month, hasn’t played for the Magpies since the England under-17 squad called him up for their tripleheader European Championship qualification match at St George’s Park last month against Northern Ireland, Hungary, and France.

The winger did not play against Northern Ireland or France, although he did come on as a substitute in a 5-0 victory over Hungary.

With so many injuries plaguing Eddie Howe’s first team right now, fans have been wondering if Sanusi would have benefited from some senior matchday experience.

Amadou Diallo, a former West Ham United forward, was elevated from the under-21 team in recent weeks, even though it was said that he would be released this summer.

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