Newcastle’s Allan Saint-Maximin leaves the door open and reacts to transfer rumours

The Magpies winger was linked with a move from St James’ Park in the summer after another impressive season at Tyneside, with the Frenchman himself not ruling out a possible exit

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Newcastle United face a busy summer transfer window and the Magpies are expected to spend big as they continue their rebuild ahead of an ambitious future.

A major clearing of players is also expected as they set about making room for players of a higher caliber, but there could be a possible outcome that Magpies fans might have trouble coming to terms with.

Star player Allan Saint-Maximin has been linked with a move from St James’ Park this summer and the Frenchman hasn’t ruled out a departure entirely after being quizzed about his future.

Speak with Chronicle Livehe said: “To be honest, every year people think I’m going to leave. And finally I stay. I stayed because I love the club and I love the fans. I’ll see what happens and what’s best for my future. At this point, I really want to focus. And after the season, I’ll decide what I’m going to do.”

newcastle signed Saint-Maximin from Nice in 2019 for £20million and he has arguably been their savior for the last two seasons and although he admitted last summer he didn’t want a relegation battle for a third straight season, it certainly started Fall looking this way after the Magpies’ horrible launch.

But after a fantastic turnaround, a top-half spot could be on the cards instead and the 25-year-old has continued to deny all rumors of a potential exit this summer. Saint-Maximin could also be persuaded to stay at Newcastle to remain part of the project under the club’s new owners.

Allan Saint-Maximin is yet to finalize his future after rumors of a potential exit in the summer


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It’s fair to say the Frenchman will have his fair share of potential suitors should he look for a move this summer, but he could already be in the best possible spot should the Magpies achieve a top-half finish this season , whatever he is, focuses solely on that for now.

He said: “We just want to win games – and as many as possible. We want to start aiming higher than just not going under. I’m really proud of the team and we have to do the same. The goal.” is not looking over our shoulders or avoiding doom.

“We just want to look higher and see where we can land highest. We just have to keep going game after game, one game at a time, and we definitely will. If we do that, I’m sure we’ll be in a great position by the end of the season.”

On a personal level, Saint-Maximin has enjoyed a relatively successful spell at Tyneside, where he has scored 12 goals and contributed 14 assists in three seasons in all competitions, but he has also wowed viewers with his speed, dribbling and threat in the final third party

And no matter what happens this summer, the Frenchman has become a fan favorite at the club and has admitted the love he’s felt from the fans. You can only hope he stays, but he may have hinted at what lies ahead when asked to comment on the Gallowgate believers.

He said: “The fans always have our back. You know, when you see what happened to the club, they really deserve it. And there are a lot better things to come in the summer, so I’m so excited for them.”

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