Howe admits he likes Ruben Neves but seems likely to be blocked by rules.

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Newcastle manager Eddie Howe hints at signing Ruben Neves from Saudi Arabia. But expected changes to Premier League rules are set to prevent such transfers.

The Daily Mail revealed on Wednesday that. There will be a vote from Premier League teams on November 21 to temporarily ban loans between clubs. With the same ownership. Top-flight rivals will close the door on Newcastle entering the Saudi market in January ทางเข้า UFABET

Ruben Neves, a former Wolves midfielder who plays with Al Hilal has Public Investment Fund (PIF). As a majority shareholder in the St James’ Park club.

Howe said: “It’s very difficult to talk about one player. But of course he (Neves) was a player we liked when he was at Wolves.”

When asked if others include Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kante, Roberto Firmino, Aleksandar Mitrovic, Sadio Mane and Emerick Lapo. Gargt both plays for clubs owned by a public investment group. Is Howe open to signing players from Saudi Arabia?

“I am open to players from anywhere if they are good enough and make our team better.” he replied.

It is consider a move worth watching for Eddie Howe’s team because besides the Neves deal. They are rumored to be close to signing Sandro Tonali, a highly talent midfielder from AC Milan to join the team.