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Newcastle United: Fans react to report linking Wolves with Allan Saint-Maximin

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Newcastle United news Twitter account @ChronicleNUFC recently posted a tweet that shared some news which surfaced via the Daily Mail, which has linked Wolverhampton Wanderers with a move for Toon attacker Allan Saint-Maximin. 

Saint-Maximin joined Newcastle United from Ligue 1 side OGC Nice last summer for £16.2m and it may be fair to say that the Frenchman played a significant role for Newcastle during the 2019/20 campaign.

The 23-year-old ended the most recent Premier League season as Newcastle’s highest-rated player in England’s top flight according to WhoScored, scoring three goals and providing four assists in the league for the Toon. 

With that in mind, it may not come as a big surprise that he is said to be attracting interest from other clubs, and the Daily Mail recently reported that while Wolves ‘are not looking to sign too many players’ this summer, they ‘are focused on’ Newcastle’s £18m-rated Frenchman.

After @ChronicleNUFC relayed the alleged news on Twitter, plenty of Toon fans flocked to their post to react to this latest transfer claim about Saint-Maximin. 

Some Toon fans took issue with the fact that Wolves are the club being linked with a move for the attacker. 

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Some Newcastle United fans speculated about the transfer fee that the club could receive for Saint-Maximin. 

Meanwhile, some Newcastle supporters revealed that they believe the club’s owner Mike Ashley might cash in on the player this summer. 

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Considering how significant of a role Saint-Maximin played for Newcastle during the most recent Premier League campaign, it may not come as a surprise that plenty of these Toon fans seem to be concerned about the reports linking him with a move away from St. James’ Park this summer. 

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