Allan Saint-Maximin makes ‘exciting’ Newcastle United summer transfer claim

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Allan Saint-Maximin’s summer transfer claim will excite Newcastle United fans.

Allan Saint-Maximin believes Newcastle United can attract an array of top talent to the club in this summer’s transfer window.

With Premier League safety guaranteed, albeit not mathematically yet, the Magpies can begin to look ahead to next season.

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Indeed, the business conducted in the upcoming transfer market will be key to how United perform in the new owners’ first full campaign at St James’ Park.

Certainly, January provided a strong insight into their ambitions having brought in Kieran Trippier from Atletico Madrid and Brazil international Bruno Guimaraes, despite being in the midst of a relegation battle.

And having collected 32 points in 2022 - a total bettered only by title-chasing Liverpool - momentum is firmly behind the Magpies ahead of the remaining four games of the season.

What Allan Saint-Maximin said

Saint-Maximin, like the club’s supporters, feels really excited for the future and has boldly predicted that every player in the world will want to join the project at Newcastle.

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“It’s really exciting,” Saint-Maximin, speaking after Saturday’s 3-0 win at Norwich City, told BBC Sport.

“I think every player can really want to be part of this team. We have great supporters, a great city and one of the best leagues in the world.

“I think the future for Newcastle will be really good.

“We’re the most rich club in the Premier League and I’m sure so many good things will start to happen. We just need to keep going and work hard.

“Everything is on the owners to try and improve the team. At the moment, it’s what they did and that’s why we are in this position.

“We just need to keep going and so many good things will happen to Newcastle.”

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