Its England Bombers Cannot Go To a Genius Coach

Dominic Solanke (26, Bournemouth) is bombing the Premier League this season. He received a love call from Newcastle United,

led by ‘genius manager’ Eddie Howe, but will remain due to Bournemouth’s refusal to allow him to be sold.

The British Telegraph reported on the 11th (Korean time), “Newcastle contacted Bournemouth to sign Solanke,

but Bournemouth said they would not sell him this month. Newcastle’s coach Howe entered the transfer market to strengthen his attack power in the second half of the season. , 바카라사이트닷컴

targeted Solanke, who coached at Bournemouth in the past.

Bournemouth will keep the player at the club despite interest from multiple clubs, including Newcastle.”

In addition, the UK’s Daily Mail also said, “Newcastle’s inquiry to recruit Solanke was rejected by Bournemouth.

Newcastle coach Howe is a long-time fan who recruited Solanke during his time at Bournemouth.

However, Bournemouth coach Andoni Iraola said Antoine Semenho, “Dango Ouattara is being selected for the Africa Cup of Nations, so he is reluctant to transfer the player.”

Solanke is an English striker who played for Chelsea and Liverpool before joining Bournemouth for a transfer fee of 21.2 million euros (about 30.5 billion won) in 2019. 

He shone after transferring to Bournemouth. He has raised his stock with 15 goals

and 11 assists in 45 games in the 2020-21 season, 30 goals and 7 assists in 48 games in the 2021-22 season, and 7 goals and 7 assists in 35 games in the 2022-23 season.

He is continuing his remarkable performance as the core of the team’s attack this season. 

He appeared in 19 Premier League games and scored 12 goals, ranking third in the scoring rankings along with Son Heung-min (31‧ Tottenham Hotspur). 

Above him are only Mohamed Salah (31, Liverpool) and Erling Holland (23, Manchester City) with 14 goals. 

Thanks to Solanke’s performance, Bournemouth once had a 7-game undefeated streak (6 wins, 1 draw) and is currently in 12th place, far from the relegation

This performance attracted the attention of multiple clubs. A representative example was Tottenham, and recently Newcastle also approached. T

ottenham faded away with the loan signing of Timo Werner, and Newcastle were more active.

Solanke has a connection with manager Howe, who is in charge of Newcastle. 

Coach Howe recruited Solanke from Liverpool when he was leading Bournemouth, and Solanke was also able to reach a turning point in his career.

But the reunion of the two could not take place. Multiple media outlets revealed that Bournemouth had rejected Newcastle’s recruitment inquiry. 

Bournemouth could have made about 60 million euros (about 86.5 billion won) by selling Solanke,

but they were unable to let go of key players midway through the season. 

If the team falls into a slump due to failure to fill the gap, there is a risk of relegation.

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