Will Saint-Maximin's return get Newcastle back on track?
Yes, he is crucial to the way they play
No, their problems cannot be solved by one man
This has delighted some Newcastle fans who have responded with great joy.
— Allan Saint-Maximin (@asaintmaximin) January 8, 2020
You make a huge difference in the team, most exciting Toon player since your countryman, Hatem Ben Arfa ??????
— DerickJohn (@Derick74601919) January 8, 2020
Our saviour. We’ve missed you so much ?
— max (@SimplyAlmiron) January 8, 2020
A fan favourite already.
Speedy recovery ??
— Decca Gardner (@DerekGardner75) January 8, 2020
It’s good to see you back in training ? we’re waiting for you ????
— Andrew Junior (@Andy83JW) January 8, 2020
This is amazing to see!!!! Get in lad so happy
— Laura Jane Reed (@LauraArmstron82) January 8, 2020
Cant wait to have you back and see your passion for our club
— Jill Emmersonbell (@JillEmmersonbe1) January 8, 2020
Other Toon supporters are happy but want the Frenchman to take his time.
Not too quickly though, make sure you’re fully fit this time.
— ?????? DavidL1980 ?????? (@L1980David) January 8, 2020
Don’t rush it mate, take your time and properly heal. What’s best for you and the team long term
— Carl-NUFC26 (@GoodBrotherCarl) January 8, 2020
Don’t come back any less than 100% if means missing a few more games that’s fine. Don’t let them rush you back ?????
— Hammy (@H4mmy14) January 8, 2020
Take your time, Allan, we love you but please take your time ???
— Sam Jones (@SamJonesJourno) January 8, 2020
What do we think?
The 22-year-old, who is valued at £22.5m by Transfermarkt, has only scored one goal and provided one assist, but it is his pace and unpredictable dribbling that make him such a useful weapon for Newcastle.