Eddie Howe tells Newcastle United he wants Arsenal player

Eddie Howe wants at least two new players in the summer and one of them currently plays at Arsenal.

The Newcastle gaffer has been backed by the club’s new owners in recent transfer windows and is likely to get even more financial support when the season ends.

A report on Football Insider reveals his two main targets for the next transfer window are James Maddison of Leicester City and Arsenal’s Kieran Tierney.

Tierney has struggled to play this season after the Gunners added Oleksandr Zinchenko to their squad in the last summer transfer window.

The Ukrainian is doing better and will keep starting if he stays fit unless Mikel Arteta wants to rest him.

Tierney was one of the best left-backs in England before Zinchenko moved to the Emirates and will want to start playing regularly.

This is why Newcastle has targeted him and believes he might leave the Emirates for a place he can play more often.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Tierney is too good to be on the bench, but Zinchenko is better than him for now and he must accept the situation.

When Nuno Tavares returns in the summer, we could allow the Scotsman to leave, but he probably should be more patient and stay if he wants to win trophies.

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  1. Tierney is an idiot if he stays at Arsenal. He’s a good player, but fragile. Zinchenko is as good or better, and Arsenal have other options; Tomiyasu is versatile, Tavares is coming back after a good spell in France. If he wants to play, Tierney needs to go.

    There’s no doubt he is a good player, certainly good enough to start for the Gunners, but his injury record is not good, and that is an issue. He should move on. Newcvastle are a good option. West Ham or another, midtabe, up and coming team makes sense.

  2. If Arsenal is trying to build a quality squad, why would a player of Tierney’s quality be sold, unless he wants to leave?

  3. His injury records is not the best, but he’s still in the top three defensive left back in the league.

    Our focus should be in other areas of the team now,

  4. Talking of next season’s campaign as it’ll concern Arsenal when it has come. And Arsenal will be playing in 4 competitions that will likely includes the Ucl. But if I am Arteta but which of course I am not. I will keep nearly all my registered Premier League first team squad players of this season for next season campaign. Which will include Tierney. But if he didn’t force a move away from Arsenal next summer.
    So therefore, let Tierney be more patient to stay at Arsenal. More specially ii Arteta wants him to continue to stay.
    This is because all the current Arsenal senior teamers are looking to have been God’s given to Arsenal to win big titles this term. As they are looking set to win the Epl title this season and also the Elc too.
    These wins will come after such a longtime that the Gunners last won the Epl and have never won the Elc before.
    And I will keep the outstanding Aesenal loanees, Folarin Baiogun and Nuno Tavares in the team for next summer campaign after they’ve returned from their loan out. And sign James Maddison next summer. Who happens to be a top quality regular goals scoring and assists provider kind of midfielder. Who in my thinking can fit in into Arteta’s Arsenal plans. A 2nd kind of Martin Odegaard in James Maddison in Arsenal midfield next summer? Yes! Absolutely why not?

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