North East UK news Eddie Howe has already answered Ronaldo transfer question amid Man United exit PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The Newcastle United boss has been clear in his position on whether Ronaldo will play at St. James' Park
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! With Cristiano Ronaldo's dramatic exit from Manchester United now official, many have started to wonder whether they'll see him in the Premier League again or if he'll go to another league in Europe or maybe even the MLS. Following PIF's takeover of Newcastle United last year, almost constant questions have been put to manager Eddie Howe over the past few weeks about the possibility of the Portuguese legend being the latest addition to his squad. Howe has done wonders with the squad he has so far this season, having lead them to a third-place position in the Premier League before the mid-season break for the World Cup - 15 places higher than where they were this time last season. READ MORE: How Garang Kuol was almost 'lost to the game' as an Australian refugee before World Cup joy READ MORE: 'Reminds me of Mbappe' - Newcastle have landed 'bargain' talent tipped to shine at World Cup The additions of English trio Nick Pope, Kieran Trippier and Dan Burn have been instrumental to the Magpies' solid defence this campaign and with Bruno Guimaraes running the middle of the pitch, everything has looked smooth sailing for Howe's side that have lost just once this season. That is, of course, without highlighting club record transfer Alexander Isak who has had glimpses of greatness before an injury ruled him out for a number of weeks. However, Ronaldo won't be joining that list of players bought in during the summer - something that Howe has firmly stuck to throughout the course of the season.
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. James' Park, Howe was quick to deny the rumours and highlighted a few different reasons why. "We’re trying to provide long-term growth, we’ve got a longer-term vision," he said. "At the moment, we have quite an ageing squad, so we probably need to invest in more young players. That’s probably a big part of our progression, really. "We need to get the average age down, so it might not be a signing that we would necessarily look to make – but not under-estimating the quality of the player." READ NEXT: Callum Wilson's England training absence explained after Iran World Cup cameo Eddie Howe's Newcastle transfer dilemma that will be debated until January 'A real threat' - Newcastle development has Premier League scared with £60m trump card to come Graeme Souness claims PIF should be 'nowhere near Newcastle United' in World Cup debate Newcastle United co-owner delivers Saudi Arabia verdict as World Cup minnows beat Argentina
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