Newcastle set to sellout out big money star player away from St. James Park next season

It has been an extremely difficult start at Newcastle United for Lewis Hall.

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The teenager signed on loan from Chelsea this summer and is expected to become a permanent Magpie at the end of the season for £28 million.

That is despite the fact that he has made few appearances since going to Tyneside. Lewis Hall has made only 11 appearances in all competitions. He has only started once in the Premier League and has not played since the 3-2 loss to Manchester City on January 13th.

While Newcastle still sees Hall as a future star, several experts have questioned the Magpies’ decision to invest so heavily in a guy who plainly isn’t ready yet.

Newcastle believes he will succeed, but it remains to be seen when, leading to the upcoming season.

Newcastle could loan out Lewis Hall this summer

According to iNews, Newcastle United could loan out Hall next season.

According to them, the club still believes he is a future prospect, but if he is unable to break into Eddie Howe’s starting lineup, he may be loaned out.

This is proving to be really challenging at the moment. Dan Burn and Tino Livramento are now ahead of him in the pecking order, and the 19-year-old might fall even further behind with Matt Targett back in training following his injury.

It puts Hall in a terrible situation, as a hefty price tag hovers over his head. Newcastle agreed to spend a lot of money on him and now have nothing to show for it. Unfortunately for Hall, he has done nothing to justify the sum the Magpies intend to spend on him.

Fans have expressed concern about Hall’s limited playing time. But Howe clearly believes that he is not ready or cannot be totally trusted just now.

This summer, a major decision will have to be taken. Hall will greatly benefit from working closely with Howe, but he also needs to gain senior experience. And it’s difficult to see him getting both at St James’ Park next season.

That is why a loan relocation could be the best alternative.


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