January 21, according to the Daily Mail, a famous reporter from Northeast England
Craig Hope’s exclusive report, Newcastle midfielder Bruno Guimaraes’ ankle injury is recovering better than expected. It was originally thought that he may be absent for a long time, but now he will participate in this weekend’s game against Crystal Palace.
Subsequent scans revealed no serious injuries and he is hopeful he will be back before the end of the month, the Post revealed on Monday.
However, after communicating with Eddie Howe during training, Guimarães felt that he was in good condition and could participate in the next game. This was a great encouragement for the head coach and the signings of the winter window.
Wolves’ Ruben Neves, Manchester United’s Scott McTominay, Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher and Ruben Loftus-Cheek were among Newcastle’s signings proposals
and potential targets.
However, the Post was told that Premier League rivals Dong Chuang are reluctant to do business with Newcastle, especially not willing to rent out “enemies”.
Leicester City’s Thielemans deal has not progressed, while Newcastle is still eyeing Borussia Monchengladbach’s French midfielder Kone.