Ex Wolves midfielder, Ruben Neves has come out to confirm that he would be staying at Al-Hilal. This is coming despite links of a loan move to Newcastle in January, and fans have been reacting.
According to him, the rumors saying he is going back to Newcastle United are expected because of its Saudi Arabian owners, but he intends to stay with Al-Hilal beyond winter.
Neves added that there was Newcastle interest before he even left England, and he still chose to move to the Middle East.
His words, “I don’t go. I think that’s rumours because of the owner of the clubs of course, and because I’ve played in England as well. There was Newcastle interest before I came here but I’m really happy here, my family’s really happy, so I’m having a great time.”
Edward Howe (born 29 November 1977) is an English professional football manager and former player. He is the manager of Premier League club Newcastle United.
Howe was born in Amersham, Buckinghamshire. When very young, he moved to Verwood in Dorset, and later began his footballing career with local youth teams Rossgarth and Parley Sports before starting his professional career at AFC Bournemouth.
He made his first-team debut in December 1995 against Hull City. Howe established himself as an important player in AFC Bournemouth’s defence and in 1998 he was selected for the England Under-21 team in the Toulon Tournament.
Howe was appointed to replace Steve Bruce as the manager of Premier League club Newcastle United on 8 November 2021, signing a contract until the summer of 2024. Howe watched from the stands as the club drew 1–1 with Brighton & Hove Albion, in a game in which Graeme Jones was acting as caretaker manager. Jones was retained as first team assistant coach as part of Howe’s new coaching staff, which also included Jason Tindall, Stephen Purches and Simon Weatherstone, whom he worked with at AFC Bournemouth, as well as retained Newcastle goalkeeping coach Simon Smith.
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