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Newcastle United Transfer News: Toons Set to sign Reece Byrne

Newcastle United Transfer News: The recruitment of an Irish international youngster suggests that Newcastle is looking beyond the present when making moves to bolster their roster.

Eddie Howe’s leadership and playing style have always proved to be conducive to the development of young players. It’s as if they’re free to say anything they want and aren’t held back in any manner.

Sky Sports reports that at a press conference when managing Bournemouth, Howe expressed his appreciation for the energy and fearlessness of youth, as well as the development of younger players, despite the fact that many of the players in his teams are veterans.

The Talk of The Toon, presumably with this in mind, has reported that Bohemians forward and Irish U19 international Reece Byrne will join the club, going so far as to depict the 18-year-old forward’s arrival to the Magpies’ academy.

Newcastle United Transfer News: How will this signing help?

Byrne is a goalkeeper by profession, so he probably won’t be making any Premier League appearances for Newcastle anytime soon. However, the aim is that with the correct coaching, he may be a future custodian for the club in the English top division.

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It’s a big addition to the future of a team that has improved greatly since Mike Ashley took control. The club seems to be in good hands for the foreseeable future thanks to the new ownership, as seen by the signing of Byrne and other recent acquisitions.

Meanwhile, according to NewcastleWorld’s sources, Allan Saint-Maximin, a top player for Newcastle United, will be out for quite some time.

After Wednesday’s 5-1 victory against West Ham United, Saint-Maximin had a scan to check on his hamstring and found damage. As a result, the 26-year-old was sidelined for Saturday’s win against Brentford, which was salvaged by an own goal from David Raya and a goal from Alexander Isak despite an early tally from Ivan Toney.

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