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Newcastle ‘could sell promising star to Liverpool to help comply with Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules’… with £40m-rated teenager impressing on loan under Arne Slot at Feyenoord last season

Newcastle could be pushed into selling an exciting young winger as they try to comply with Premier League profit and sustainability rules

  • The winger joined Magpies for £6.5million before heading to Feyenoord on loan
  • He impressed under Slot and could now move to Merseyside under Dutchman
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Newcastle could be pushing into selling an exciting young winger to comply with Premier League profit and sustainability rules, according to a report.

It is possible that the Magpies will have to sell players if they want to buy this summer, with a number of their stars, including Anthony Gordon and Alexander Isak, linked with moves away.

One of their players, who only arrived last summer for £6.5million, could provide an opportunity to secure some profit for the club, though reports suggest they are reluctant to part ways.

The 19-year-old went straight out on loan after joining the club from Odense Boldklub in Denmark, enjoying a season with Feyenoord in the Eredivisie under new Liverpool manager Arne Slot.

The man in question is Yankuba Minteh, who, according to The Telegraph, would now command a fee of around £40million, with the Reds interested in his services.

Newcastle could be pushed into selling an exciting young winger as they try to comply with Premier League profit and sustainability rules

The 19-year-old could join up with Liverpool, who could pay £40million to secure his services

The 19-year-old could join up with Liverpool, who could pay £40million to secure his services

The man in question is Yankuba Minteh (left), who spent last season on loan at Feyenoord

The man in question is Yankuba Minteh (left), who spent last season on loan at Feyenoord

Minteh scored 11 goals in 33 games in the Netherlands last season, impressing Slot, who could push for the Gambia international to join him at Anfield this summer.

Reports suggest the 45-year-old believes the wide man has the potential to become one of the best young forwards in Europe, and was full of praise for him during their time working together. 

‘Our scouts were also impressed by his year at Odense,’ Slot said of Minteh in October. ‘Then (Feyenoord General Manager) Dennis te Kloese came to the technical staff.

‘Minteh went to Newcastle United and the English were looking for a club to loan him to. That’s how he came to us.

‘He certainly doesn’t lack self-confidence. His willingness to give everything is enormous….

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