It sounds like there might be some dissatisfaction with a player’s performance or contribution at Newcastle. Who are you referring to, and what do you think they could do differently to improve?

Newcastle United have invested heavily in the playing squad over the last couple of seasons, with the signings making a huge impact at St James’ Park.

The Magpies finished fourth in the Premier League, qualifying for the group stages of the Champions League – an unimaginable feat given the club were in the Premier League’s relegation zone at the time of the PIF takeover.

Players such as Bruno Guimaraes and Alexander Isak have been the most successful additions since their respective £40m and £63m moves – with the latter scoring 19 times in 26 Premier League appearances this season.

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However, last summer, the club invested heavily once more as Eddie Howe‘s side bolstered their ranks, looking to build on the success from the season prior.

Nearly a year on from one player’s arrival on Tyneside, the Magpies’ talent has struggled to force his way into the first-team and is starting to look like a poor investment for the time being.

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