Report: Eddie Howe is now trying to correct Rafael Benitez’s transfer mistake at Newcastle

Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United, Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United and Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly trying to beat Ivan Toney from Brentford.

Accordingly Football transfersNewcastle United, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are all interested in signing Ivan Toney from Premier League rivals Brentford.

Newcastle United have been linked with Brentford striker Ivan Toney

Newcastle manager Eddie Howe wants to personally bring Toney to St. James’ Park mid-season to boost his side’s chances of finishing in the top four of the Premier League table.

Football Transfers have added that Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are also considering making offers for the 27-year-old striker in January 2024.

The England striker is currently serving a ban and will not be fit to play again until January 2024.

Eddie Howe is trying to bring Ivan Toney back after Rafael Benitez sold him

Newcastle United will probably have to pay a lot of money will sign Ivan Toney in January 2024.

The times reported in August 2023 that Brentford want up to £80 million for the England international in January.

Interestingly, Toney could have starred for Newcastle now.

Ivan Toney
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The 27-year-old moved to Newcastle in 2015 after leaving Northampton Town.

The striker failed to make much of an impact in the Magpies’ first team and was loaned out to Barnsley and Wigan Athletic, among others.

Newcastle sold Toney to Peterborough United in 2018.

Rafael Benitez was the coach of the Magpies at the time and a former coach of Liverpool and Real Madrid haven’t seen Toney as a player who could succeed under him in the first team.

As we now know, that turned out to be a mistake.

Toney has played 68 Premier League games so far in his career.

The striker has scored 32 goals and provided nine assists in these games.

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