The agent of latest Newcastle signing Miguel Almiron has revealed that his shopper selected Newcastle over Arsenal.
In line with the attacking midfielder’s agent, Almiron was wished by Arsenal and Southampton, however each golf equipment had been solely providing mortgage offers.
Daniel Campo: “Arsenal & Southampton supplied a mortgage deal for Miguel Almiron, however we didn’t need him to go on mortgage.” #NUFC https://t.co/6VFjuDWxDj
— Roberto Rojas (@RobertoRojas97) February 26, 2019
Almiron signed for Newcastle from MLS membership Atlanta United in January.
Almiron signed for £21 million, breaking the membership’s earlier switch file of £16.eight million paid for Michael Owen in 2005.
The Paraguayan made his debut in Newcastle’s 1-1 draw at Newcastle earlier within the month and has shortly grow to be a success with the Geordie devoted.
Almiron is within the beginning eleven for Newcastle’s Premier League conflict at residence to Burnley on Tuesday evening.
Those that bought away
Almiron just isn’t the one participant Arsenal missed out on.
Arsenal had been linked with plenty of gamers on deadline day, however their lack of ability to afford everlasting offers finally price them within the window.
Potential offers for Ivan Perisic, Christopher Nkunku and Yannick Carrasco all didn’t materialise.
Barcelona’s Denis Suarez joined the Gunners on mortgage, with an choice to purchase. Suarez is but to start out a match for Arsenal and has made no affect off the bench.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery is ready to have a £40 million finances out there to him in the summertime.
🇵🇾 A MESSAGE FROM MIGGY: “Hi there! Thanks very a lot to your assist to the Newcastle supporters. See you once more on Tuesday evening!” #NUFC pic.twitter.com/tAocJgLyKF
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) February 23, 2019
🎥 @AyozePG spoke to NUFC TV after yesterday’s win over Huddersfield. He mentioned his aim – and his fledgling partnership with new boy Miguel Almirón.
Watch the total interview right here: https://t.co/5pxIpdFloM #NUFC pic.twitter.com/STGKssJVyv
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) February 24, 2019