Contemplating he’s approach down in Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United pecking order, in response to journalist Pete O’Rourke the Magpies could also be keen to let the New Zealand worldwide depart as soon as the January switch window opens.
Wooden, 31, joined Newcastle United from Burnley in a deal value round £30m simply 12 months in the past. Nonetheless, following the Geordies’ seize of Alexander Isak and Callum Wilson’s resurgence, Wooden finds himself his membership’s third-choice ahead.
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Wanting more likely to be offloaded earlier than his contract expires in 2024, O’Rourke believes Howe could also be open to sanctioning a sale as early as subsequent month.
“And it simply appeared that he’s now most likely the third-choice striker at Newcastle when everybody’s match,” the journalist informed That is Futbol.
“So perhaps Newcastle might be keen to let him transfer on as effectively.”