15 July 2024

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Newcastle United remain interested in Southampton ace Carlos ‘Charlie’ Alcaraz ahead of the January transfer window and the club’s Premier League manager Eddie Howe is a big fan of the Argentine. Shortly after Southampton’s relegation in the spring, River Plate’s January signing went public with a desire to continue playing at the highest level of English football. – At the moment I still play in the club. I’m not very familiar with these things (speculation). I just play and do my best, Carlos Alcaraz told D Sports on TNT. “(But) I want to play in the Premier League. The fact is that I want to keep learning in the league. TalkSPORT reports that Newcastle United are still interested ahead of the winter window, so the chance to do just that could soon fall into Alcaraz’s lap. Newcastle like Southampton’s Carlos Alcaraz The goal-scoring, box-busting attacking midfielder is arguably the missing piece for Eddie Howe’s St James and Newcastle who showed interest in the likes of Dominik Szoboszlai, Gabri Veiga and James Maddison before the trio made big moves elsewhere. . feels the opportunity to swing for the £12m man from Southampton. However, Alcaraz has not started any of Saints’ last three league games.

Newcastle united flag hi-res stock photography and images - AlamyAlso, don’t be surprised to see the tireless 20-year-old back in the XI; Russell Martin’s team lost all three games with Alcarez on the bench by a combined score of 10-1. Good luck Magpies for the second time TalkSPORT say Newcastle are one of a number of admirers. The Magpies made inquiries in the summer and Howe remains a big fan of the youngster, who finished Southampton’s third top scorer last season despite only arriving midway through the campaign. Alcaraz was particularly outstanding in that thrilling 3-3 draw with Arsenal. He opened the scoring after just 27 seconds, putting Aaron Ramsdale to shame with an outstanding finish. Newcastle have already signed Tino Livramento from Southampton this year.

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