The summer transfer window of 2022 has been one of the busiest in transfer history, with several English Premier League clubs spending huge money to sign players.
Chelsea and Asernal were among the clubs that were particularly busy in the market. The two teams are eager to compete for the EPL crown this summer, and they have been cautious in loaning out players.
Asernal and Chelsea, according to caught offside, avoided loaning their players to Newcastle. They see the Magpies as a title contender, and its affluent owners have spent much to bring in major stars like Kieran Trippier, Bruno Guimeres, and Alexander Isack.
Newcastle wanted to recruit Broja, Pulisic, and Gallagher, but Chelsea were hesitant to let any of their players join Eddie Howe's team. The same might be said about Asernal. Ainsley Maitland-Niles wanted to join the Magpies on loan, but Arsenal rejected his move, and he ended up at Southampton.
It will be intriguing to see where Newcastle finishes this season because Pep Guardiolla also sees them as title candidates.
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