Longstaff’s lack of recreation time
Sean Longstaff was solely promoted to Newcastle’s senior facet this previous season.
Longstaff was then given his debut shortly after being promoted to the Magpie’s first-team. He performed 17 minutes in a 4-Zero loss vs Liverpool.
After that sub look, Rafa Benitez then benched Longstaff vs Man United earlier than beginning him within the subsequent eight Premier League outings.
Sadly, Longstaff then suffered a knee damage that noticed him miss the rest of the 2018/19 marketing campaign.
Man United & Longstaff
Regardless of his very restricted recreation time although, Manchester United have nonetheless been linked with a transfer for him.
After the primary lot of hyperlinks, Longstaff spoke about his future and claimed he was 100% dedicated to Newcastle:
“I’m massively flattered to have my identify even talked about in these conversations however like I mentioned, I’m 100% targeted on Newcastle and making an attempt to get match and get again within the group right here.
“For me it’s good to be have mentioned about you and be linked with prime golf equipment however for me, that is what I’ve at all times wished to do.
“I’ve at all times wished to play for Newcastle and I’ve solely had a little bit style of that so for me, it’s about getting match as quickly as I can and getting again on the pitch for Newcastle and making extra reminiscences of the long run.” As quoted by the Night Customary.
However a report from the Mirror then emerged which claimed Longstaff was contemplating his future on account of Rafa Benitez departing the membership.
Now, the Telegraph have offered a contemporary replace on Man United’s alleged pursuit of Longstaff.
In accordance with the Telegraph, Man United have been left shocked by Newcastle’s £50m valuation of the midfielder.
The Pink Devils are mentioned to worth Longstaff at round £18-20m.
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