Revealed which Newcastle United players have and haven't flown to Ireland

Vincent De Villiers
Julho 17, 2017

According to The Sun, Liverpool will now be faced with the prospect of selling Ojo for £10m having previously blocked a loan move for the 20-year-old, and so Jurgen Klopp must decide whether or not to cash in or continue to develop his talent in the hope that he becomes a key first-team player further down the line.

Tim Krul, Emmanuel Riviere, Achraf Lazaar and Adam Armstrong have all been omitted from a 27-man Newcastle United squad that travelled to County Kildare in Ireland on Sunday (16 July) for a seven-day training camp, hinting that none of the quartet feature in manager Rafael Benitez's plans for the new campaign.

The Sun claim Magpies boss Rafa Benitez has directly contacted Reds manager Jurgen Klopp regarding a deal after seeing attempts to sign the England Under-20 worldwide on loan rebuffed.

"Gostaria de ganhar títulos com o Sevilha" — Nolito
Após boas temporadas no Celta de Vigo, Nolito despertou interesse dos principais clubes do futebol europeu. Ao serviço dos citizens, participou em 30 partidas e marcou seis golos.

Armstrong has spent the last two seasons out on loan with Coventry City and Barnsley respectively and looks set for another temporary stint away from St James' Park after helping England to Under-20 World Cup glory in South Korea.

Boro could need the youngsters infleunce to secure promotion following last season's relegation to the Championship.

The England Under-20 global recently helped his nation's youth side to World Cup success and is a highly rated talent. With plenty of experience in League One and The Championship, as well as global experience, Armstrong could be a shrewd loan signing. Would Armstrong be a good signing for Wanderers?

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