Date: 24th June 2021 at 6:45pm
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Newcastle United fans on have been responding to the latest news to emerge concerning Toon defender Fabian Schar. 

This comes after Newcastle journalist Lee Ryder shared a post on his official Twitter page confirming that Schar “is under ” at the Tyneside club “amid talk in Germany he is interesting Bundesliga clubs.”

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This post then caught the attention of a lot of replies from Toon supporters, who were not shy in sharing their thoughts on this latest update.

So, what did these Newcastle fans have to say in response to this news about Schar from Ryder?

“Wouldn’t miss him. Gets a lot of hype because people fancy him and he’s scored a couple nice goals. Only turns up when he feels like it.”

@SquashyNUFC

“Might be a sale that happens to be fair, only reason contracts have been extended of some players is sale value.”

@PMFKavos

“Doesn’t look like we’ll be signing players while other clubs are”

@LiamNUFC98

“I’ll take him over”

@fhoy79

“I’m sure he won’t turn down the chance to play in the Bundesliga especially if it’s one of the top clubs”

@ItsMrLucky13

“Contract extension so we can get a fee and he’s not a Bosman free typifies the current owners at present roll on the day Ashley and his minions are no longer in charge”

@davidikon76

Looking at the replies to this post from Ryder, it seems that the majority of these Newcastle fans would be open to the idea of letting Schar leave the club this summer.

Do you think Newcastle should sell Schar this summer?

Yes

Yes

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No

In our view, if Newcastle do end up selling Schar this summer, then they will have to make sure they sign another centre-half to replace the 29-year-old as his departure would only leave the club with Jamaal Lascelles, Federico Fernandez and in their squad that play in the centre-half position.

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